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New editor to oversee weekly's compact plans

Newsquest weekly the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard is to change from broadsheet to a compact format, under the new editorship of Skip Walker. Skip is returning to the Cirencester-based title after an absence of ten years, and one of her

Former Wilts editor returns from Java trip

Anne Hayes, former editor of The Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard has just returned from a five-week assignment in Java where she was helping to set up a new newspaper, Java Weekly. She went out as a volunteer to Java’s second

Standard changes

Readers have chosen the new look for the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard -including changing the masthead from red to black. Staff of the newspaper had polled the readers, who thought a black masthead gave the Standard a more traditional feel

Smiling faces at reunion

Courtesy of Steve Richards, HoldTheFrontPage has received this photograph of the first-ever reunion of past and present staff of the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard, at the Thames Head Inn, near Cirencester. Among the 70-plus present from Wales, Devon, Harrogate, Ipswich,

Newscom-backed reunion was a hit

They came from all points of the compass and from all walks of life to the first-ever reunion of past and present staff of the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard, at the Thames Head Inn near Cirencester. Among the 70-plus present

Newspaper plans a reunion

Former employees of the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard series are being invited to a grand reunion. Organising the event are former editor Anne Hayes and former advertising representative Jean Lockey. The venue is the Thames Head Inn, on the A433