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Stan Szecowka

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Paper's charity spectacular to host top Starr

A charity This Is Bristol Spectacular is to host music acts from a variety of backgrounds as the Evening Post raises cash for local children. The event is a collaboration between The Event Management Company, energy company SWEB, Bristol City

Millionaire star to speak at paper's literary lunch

Star speakers are being lined up for the Bristol Evening Post’s first Literary lunch. The paper has teamed up with a local bookshop for the charity event, the proceeds from which will go to improve literacy skills in some of

Make 'em laugh

The runaway success of a talent contest run by the Hull Daily Mail has led to plans for an even bigger contest in 2001. Assistant editor Marc Astley has taken over the organisation of Talent Trail from former community and

Hanging on the telephone…

Stan Szecowka has joined an increasing number of news staff appearing in their own papers – inviting readers to call them direct. The Bristol Evening Post deputy editor gazes out of the page at readers and urges them to call

New deputy for Bristol

Stan Szecowka will join the Bristol Evening Post early next month as Deputy Editor. He is currently Community and Campaigns Editor on the Hull Daily Mail. He began his career as a trainee with the Oxford Journal Group, beforeprogressing, via

Record haul for Mail

Money raised by Hull Daily Mail readers to improve community woodland has topped than £25,0000. The latest boost came after proceeds from the Talent Trail contest were totted up, raising £6,800, which is £1,000 more than last year’s event. The

EP's 20ft poster takes to the road

The Bristol Evening Post’s Save Our Streets campaign has taken to the road – in a big way, with shoppers in the city being warned about the risks of street crime on a giant 20ft by 10ft colour poster. The

New kind of phone message to boost paper's campaign

As part of the Bristol Evening Post’s Save Our Streets campaign, BT has donated all the interior advertising space in nearly 100 phone boxes across the city to carry a personal safety message. A total of 96 special kiosks are

Evening Post backs appeal to help elderly crash victims

A special “OK Fund” has been launched, with the backing of the Bristol Evening Post, to help two elderly friends who were horrifically injured by a stolen car. The fund takes its name from the initials of Olive Harley, (89),

Stan shortlisted for national honour

Stan Szecowka, deputy editor of the Bristol Evening Post, has been shortlisted for a national accolade for his work in the community. He has been nominated for the Community Award at the GG2 Leadership & Diversity Awards in recognition of