Four of Trinity Mirror’s regional daily titles saw month-on-month increases in sales during October according to figures released today.
However all the group’s daily and Sunday titles are selling fewer than their average circulation over the first six months of the year.
Today’s figures show that while the Western Mail, for instance, increased its monthly sale by 3.5pc in October, it is still down 3.03pc on the average for the period January to June.
Wales on Sunday has suffered the biggest sales fall compared to the first half of the year, down 14.76pc, while the Birmingham Mail, down 1.37pc, is showing the smallest drop.
The full figures are as follows:
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||17,042||17,704||-3.74|
|Manchester Evening News||70,265||73,622||-4.56|
|North Wales Daily Post||27,383||28,331||-3.35|
|South Wales Echo||25,313||27,700||-8.62|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||30,632||33,013||-7.21|
|Wales on Sunday||19,959||23,416||-14.76|