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Diss Express

Norfolk & Suffolk House

Mere Street 

Diss 

Norfolk

IP22 4AE


Tel: 01379 642264

Email: editorial@dissexpress.co.uk

Web: www.dissexpress.co.uk

The Diss Express is the local newspaper for Harleston.
It covers a 500 square-mile circulation area on the Norfolk/ Suffolk border and has a print/online audience of more than 20,000 unique readers/users.

The newspaper was founded by Mr Abbott in November 1864 as the Diss Express and Norfolk & Suffolk Journal.

A new edition of the printed  paper is released every Friday and costs 48p. The online version - www.dissexpress.co.uk - is updated throughout the week with new and breaking stories as they happen and also has a searchable database of previously published articles and pictures.

Other major towns and villages covered by the Diss Express include Diss, Eye, Attleborough, Framlingham, Debenham and Long Stratton.

Both the print and online editions carry a range of news, features, photographs, property, motors and more.
Do you have a local story? If so, call the Diss Express newsdesk,  01379 658002.

Diss Mercury (and Wymondham and Attleborough Mercury)

26 Mere Street 

Diss 

Norfolk 

IP22 4AD


Tel: 01379 644517

Email: Norfolk.NewspaperSales@archant.co.uk

Web: www.dissmercury.co.uk/

Fax: 01379 651221

The Diss Mercury and its sister paper the Wymondham and Attleborough Mercury were launched in 1984, the Diss paper emerging in place of the old South Norfolk News and the Wymondham and Attleborough Mercury from the Wymondham section of the Norwich Mercury.

Both Titles have won local and national awards for there service to the local community and are constantly looking for new ways to enrich local life.

The Diss Mercury is delivered free to more than 15,300 households every week in Diss, Harleston, Long Stratton and several villages nearby. The Wymondham and Attleborough goes out to more than 16,000 homes and covers both towns as well as Hingham, Old and New Buckenham, Mulbarton and many other villages.

Harleston Grapevine

C/O The Post Office
6-8 The Thoroughfare
Harleston
Norfolk

IP20 9AA


Email: content@harlestongrapevine.com

Web: www.harlestongrapevine.com

A magazine written by the people of the town for the people of the town and delivered free to over 2000 homes and businesses every month.   About 60 pages of news, views and information.  Postal copies are available.     We also have a large print version and a website, www.harlestongrapevine.com.

Contributions to go into the next issue can be left (by 12noon on  the 10th of the preceding month) in our boxe at the Community Information Centre or (preferably) emailed to content@harlestongrapevine.com or posted to us C/O The Post Office, The Thoroughfare, Harleston, Norfolk. IP20 9AA.

Starston Pigeon Post



Email: StarstonWebsite@2015StarstonVillage.co.uk

Web: www.starstonvillage.co.uk

Starston Pigeon Post is the voice of Starston.


This small, independent Community magazine is delivered to all homes in Starston free of charge.


The magazine is also available by post, annual subscription £10 including postage.


For further details please contact Co-Ordinating Editor Michael Bartlett.

Needham Link

Needham Village Hall

Needham

Norfolk

IP20 9LB

Email: needhamlink@gmail.com

Web: http://www.needhamlink.blogspot.co.uk/

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