Spring 2020 Issue

sarah thumbSO LONG SARAH! Sarah Cook, our publisher for the last two years, has taken on a new opportunity. Sarah will infused some new life into the Parliament Street News, got the Instagram going and developed some great advertiser and contributor relationships. Thanks for all the hard work, Sarah. You will be missed.

Spring 2020 Issue

What can be said except there is so much news, incredible news, unbelievable goodwill and community spirit it is hard to be timely or current or keep up with everything going on.
With the crazy news cycle, I felt it essential to go back to a longer format style of submissions that talks about people and go into more detail. Remember you can submit anything an article about somebody you would like to feature. Just get in touch with us.
I am also encouraging local community groups to submit their updates so that we can all see them regularly. This was the point of the paper ten years ago.
It came as a bit of a surprise that this is a good time for people, businesses and service providers to advertise. Maybee, they had the time to think about it or have decided they need to be ready when they get back to it. Whatever the case we want to hear from you.
Please get in touch with us to discuss advertising and content possibilities. The Parliament Street News is a great way to connect with the community.
Email us at parliamentstreetnews@gmail.com  or visit our website at www.pstreetnews.com or DM on Instagram
@parliamentstreetnews

 

 

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