New Look for Tameside and Glossop newspapers
Thursday 16th April 2015 11:13 News Posted by Max Wieland

To celebrate the Tameside Reporter and Glossop Chronicle’s 160th birthday, both newspaper titles have been given a fresh new look, in both the print format and digitally.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: The Tameside Reporter and Glossop Chronicle celebrate serving the community for 160 years with a new look newspaper and special commemorative pull-out.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: The Tameside Reporter and Glossop Chronicle celebrate serving the community for 160 years with a new look newspaper and special commemorative pull-out.

Our special edition this week celebrates a momentous occasion for YOUR local paper.

Both the Tameside Reporter and Glossop Chronicle have come a long way since that very first edition 160 years ago this week.

In over 7,000 editions since then the paper has reflected what has and what continues to happen in YOUR community.

Legacy

Martin Frost, Chairman of Quest Media Network Ltd, which incorporates the Tameside Reporter, Glossop Chronicle and Tameside Radio, said: “When William Hobson issued that very first edition of the Ashton Weekly Reporter, little did he imagine that his legacy would become part of the fabric of the area.

“We’ve got a new look today and we hope you like it. Please let us know what you think, not only about the way it looks but also about the things you’d like to see covered.

“Thank you for your support.”

Tell us what you think by contacting us through Facebook or Twitter or by writing into us at Quest Media Network Ltd, Cavendish Mill, Rear Entrance off Bank Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancs, 0L6 7DN.