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Tindle Newspapers

  • Head Office: The Old Court House, Union Road, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7PT
  • Telephone: 01252 735667
  • Website: www.tindlenews.co.uk

Tindle Newspapers is led by Sir Ray Tindle, who began the group with £300 demob money given to soldiers at the end of the Second World War.

Through launches and acquisitions the group now has more than 220 titles, with an audited weekly circulation of more than 1.4m and turnover above £50m.

A strong believer in “ultra-local” journalism, Sir Ray’s empire is mainly comprised of weekly titles in the south of England.

More information can be found on the company’s website at www.tindlenews.co.uk.

What we have written about Tindle Newspapers

July 9, 2014

Tindle: Local press “almost back to full viability”

Newspaper boss gives upbeat message to conference

July 3, 2014

Weekly marks 140th anniversary with special edition

Seven-page feature highlights history of paper

May 2, 2014

Tindle sells Sunday newspaper to departing MD

Title will face challenge from new Local World launch

April 14, 2014

Surprise award as veteran editor chalks up 50 years

Tables turned to mark 50 years in the industry

February 21, 2014

Local newspaper TV ad is shown on Channel 3

Watch 90-second version of advert here

February 10, 2014

Role of local newspapers to be highlighted in TV ad campaign

Tindle to spearhead promotional drive

February 6, 2014

‘We’re fighting fit,’ Tindle tells industry doom-mongers

Publisher sets out list of success stories

January 7, 2014

Newspaper publisher sees profits fall by third

Company made £248,000 on property sales

December 16, 2013

Royal visit marks weekly’s 125th anniversary

Prince presented with special edition by group owner

December 6, 2013

‘Vast majority’ of regional press backs self-regulator

Trinity Mirror, Newsquest, Local World and Archant sign up to IPSO

November 7, 2013

Deputy promoted after editor moves to sister weekly

Job changes announced following editor’s retirement

October 30, 2013

Weekly editor retires after 49 years in newspapers

Journalist spent 20 years at title which fills front page with ads

October 9, 2013

Weekly newspapers to be promoted in TV campaign

Smaller publishers join forces for New Year initiative

September 18, 2013

Sir Ray Tindle: No plans to retire despite 87th birthday

Chairman celebrates weekly’s 180th anniversary

August 29, 2013

Tindle to pay bonuses of up to £400 to all 700 staff

Chairman sets aside £200,000 for payments

August 16, 2013

Andrew Adamson: Tindle proves there is still life in the local newspaper industry

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