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Every day regional newspapers up and down the land go into battle on behalf of their readers. On this page you will find an archive of the hundreds of stories which HoldtheFrontPage has carried about newspapers fighting for their communities.

Time running out in cash plea

The Blackpool Gazette’s chosen charity could be in for a major cash boost – but only if readers raise a set amount by February. Design company ITM Communications has pledged to donate £333,000 to the MacMillan Windmill Appeal if the

Good news – and bad – for hospital bid

A newspaper’s campaign to secure a badly-needed new hospital received mixed news during a ministerial visit. Health Secretary Alan Milburn was impressed with the work carried out by the Sentinel in its bid to secure the facilities for Staffordshire. But

Protest attracts 3,000

More than 3,000 people have contacted the Aberdeen Evening Express to back its protest at traffic chaos caused by the closure of a major city bridge. The paper’s Cut the Jams campaign was launched after Grandholm Bridge was closed by

On the learning curve in Hull

The Hull Daily Mail is to re-launch its successful Moving On Up campaign in a bid to improve the region’s GCSE results. It has linked up with radio station Viking FM and the local education authority to help parents and

New tots' ward thanks to press appeal

Banbury is getting a new children’s ward – thanks to generous readers of a local paper. A year ago, the Banbury Guardian urged local people to give everything they could spare to the paper’s Tot-Up campaign for a new £1m

Top legion award for the Mercury

A campaign to remember the fallen of two world wars has been recognised by the Royal British Legion, which has presented its highest honour to the Leicester Mercury. The paper has received the first friend of the Royal British Legion

Building bridges in Aberdeen

More than 2,000 Aberdeen Evening Express readers have called the paper to support its campaign to reopen Grandholm Bridge and beat the city’s gridlock. The Evening Express is calling for the temporary re-opening of the bridge – an important through-route

Survey leads to cards blitz

Shops, doctors’ surgeries, libraries and other public places are being urged by the Basildon Evening Echo to stock organ donor cards. A survey has found that the majority of public places in South Essex no longer stock the cards, and

Duke hears of Telegraph's work

The key role played by an evening paper to help raise £7.3m to save a historic cathedral has been praised by fund-raisers. The Duke of Gloucester heard of the work done by the Peterborough Evening Telegraph to help the city’s

Evening News target smashed

A Norfolk paper’s cancer appeal has burst through its target amount thanks to a bumper December. The Evening News campaign has gone way past the £250,000 mark following a series of fundraising events during Christmas. The appeal was launched to

Hard-hitting series targets drugs

The Nottingham Evening Post has declared War on Drugs. In a hard-hitting six-page expose on the drugs menace in Nottingham, which included a front page splash and heart-rending stories an d features inside, the paper is taking a close-up view

Minibus appeal close to target

A children’s hospice dream of getting a new minibus has moved a step closer thanks to generous readers of the Derby Evening Telegraph. The paper’s Rainbows Hospice Minibus Appeal now stands at £28,000 – just £10,000 short of the amount

Kerb crawlers named in print

A local newspaper name-and-shame campaign to identify kerb crawlers who come before the courts has been praised by police. They spoke up after seven men were fined a total £2,260 by Manchester magistrates for soliciting from their vehicles. The men

Good news on legs appeal

A girl will soon be able to walk with pride after a campaign to buy her a new pair of legs raised six times the expected amount. The Sheffield Star launched its Jamie-Leigh Griffiths appeal in November to improve the

Post campaign the "best in the country"

The Government has hailed the Nottingham Evening Post’s campaign to highlight the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning as the “best in Britain”. The Post’s Silent Killer campaign has kept up the pressure for the last three years in a bid

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