Move across town bucks trend of ‘officeless’ JP titles.
Clitheroe Advertiser and Times
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Journalists expected to be based at sister title
New senior team now in place at JP titles
We have to confess to being mightily confused by this headline from the Clitheroe Advertiser and Times, until we realised they meant attic of Mitton pub. We’ve all heard of homophones – but this is not even close!
HTFP blogger enjoys reading weekly’s ‘peculiar’ splash
Newspaper boss pens farewell to readers
Plus: Apology over horse sale story – and more resolved complaints from the PCC
Raymond Mann edited the Burnley Express and the Clitheroe Advertiser
Writer also known as “Lance-Jack” enjoyed a career spanning more than 45 years
The Clitheroe Advertiser and Times has been making its own news in the Ribble Valley, undergoing a “small” change. After more than a century as a broadsheet, the weekly newspaper has changed to a new compact tabloid format. The new-look
Staff at Lancashire newspapers are mourning the death of their colleague Tim Procter, who died of a heart attack on Monday. The 63-year-old worked full-time as a reporter at the Nelson Leader from the late 50s before joining the Clitheroe
Another light-hearted entry in our recent contest to write about the dangers of journalism came from John Turner, ex-Western Gazette, Bristol Evening Post and, lately of the Clitheroe Advertiser and Times. The countdown has begun to the day when I
Future Imperfect by Jayne Sharratt Jayne Sharratt, a postgraduate student at Falmouth College of Arts, has written the following article for the first online issue of hackwriters.com the college’s new website for serious writing. Each month a different theme will
Perhaps it’s down to the rainy summer months but the Big Cats are out and about in force around the country. Here at HoldtheFrontPage, we’ve spotted several tales of the supernatural, in the north, the south and the midlands. Take