A regional publisher saw slight increases in circulation for two of its lifestyle magazines in the past year, according to new statistics.
Lancashire Life’s circulation now stands at 20,199, while Cheshire Life’s is at 13,739.
However, the company’s Yorkshire Life publication had suffered a 5.3pc year-on-year drop with a circulation of 16,252.
Roger Borrell, group editor for the titles, said: “The Lancashire Life and Cheshire Life teams have worked hard to offer readers the best features, photography and design and the feedback we get is extremely positive.
“Cheshire Life has benefitted from investment to improve paper stock and the work carried out over the last couple of years on Lancashire Life content improvements have now been applied to Cheshire Life.
“The ABC increases are modest but any rise in a highly competitive market is quite an achievement – just ask our competitors in Lancashire who have suffered huge declines.”