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New editor to oversee weekly's compact plans

Newsquest weekly the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard is to change from broadsheet to a compact format, under the new editorship of Skip Walker. Skip is returning to the Cirencester-based title after an absence of ten years, and one of her

Former Wilts editor returns from Java trip

Anne Hayes, former editor of The Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard has just returned from a five-week assignment in Java where she was helping to set up a new newspaper, Java Weekly. She went out as a volunteer to Java’s second

Standard changes

Readers have chosen the new look for the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard -including changing the masthead from red to black. Staff of the newspaper had polled the readers, who thought a black masthead gave the Standard a more traditional feel

Smiling faces at reunion

Courtesy of Steve Richards, HoldTheFrontPage has received this photograph of the first-ever reunion of past and present staff of the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard, at the Thames Head Inn, near Cirencester. Among the 70-plus present from Wales, Devon, Harrogate, Ipswich,

Newscom-backed reunion was a hit

They came from all points of the compass and from all walks of life to the first-ever reunion of past and present staff of the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard, at the Thames Head Inn near Cirencester. Among the 70-plus present

Newspaper plans a reunion

Former employees of the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard series are being invited to a grand reunion. Organising the event are former editor Anne Hayes and former advertising representative Jean Lockey. The venue is the Thames Head Inn, on the A433

Papers respond to inaccuracy and breach of privacy claims

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC during June, July and August 2002 The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s

Papers back grants scheme

Two Westcountry newspapers have teamed up and launched a campaign to raise money for the beleaguered farmers. The Stroud News & Journal and its sister paper the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard are asking readers to send money in for their