It was set up in competition to the existing Burton Guardian, which in turn represented the views of the. The purchase increases Trinity Mirror's local circulation by around 50%. In 2012, acquired owner Iliffe News and Media from. Financial backing for the Burton Mail came from the town's brewery barons, who continued to exert an influence over the newspaper well into the 1970s. It covers the East Staffordshire, South Derbyshire and North West Leicestershire areas. The Burton Mail is currently edited by Julie Crouch, who took up the position in December 2017. From start-ups and entrepreneurs to the area's biggest employers, the Burton Mail Business Awards celebrates the region's best companies and employers for the seventh year running.
Here at we have loads of members just like you, looking for fun, friendship, romance or even a special long term relationship. Welcome to Burton Mail Dating, The site where local singles can meet and form relationships Sick of being single? As its rivals fell by the wayside, the Burton Mail flourished, changing its title to the Burton Daily Mail and taking over and incorporating other titles up until 1957, when the Burton Chronicle, the last paid-for opposition title to publish in the town, was bought out and incorporated with the Mail, weekly newspaper, The Burton Observer, to form the Burton Observer and Chronicle. The deal valued Local World at around £220m. Entry to the awards is free — click to enter. The Burton Daily Mail Ltd had also started publication of the Burton Football Mail in 1946. The purchase of the businesses was approved by the Office of Fair Trading on 28 June 2013. Burton Mail Head Office Type Daily Format Owner s Language English Headquarters , 7,365 Website The Burton Mail formerly the Burton Daily Mail is a British daily newspaper published each weekday and on Saturdays.
The Burton Mail Business Awards 2018 is one of the main events in the East Staffordshire and South Derbyshire business calendar. So if your business is headed towards major growth, has a fantastic track record or a dedication to customer service, we want to hear from you. Fed up of waking up solo on a Sunday morning? The Burton Mail is printed at Cambridge Newspapers Ltd's Milton base. . The only paid-for title in Burton-on-Trent, the Mail has been established for more than a century, and prints news from the town and its surrounding area. In August 2015, the Burton Mail moved from its premises in High Street, Burton, which it had occupied for 98 years, and moved to a site closer to the centre of the town in Worthington Way, Burton. In 2012 the Burton Mail became part of the group, formed by David Montgomery, who purchased from the and, separately, Iliffe News and Media - of which the Burton Mail was part.
In the period December 2010-June 2011, it had an average daily circulation of 12,198. Published from Monday to Saturday, the Burton Mail changed from being an evening newspaper, on sale around lunchtime, to being a morning publication in 2006, now in the shops at around 6am each day. The Burton Daily Mail Ltd continued as a trust-operated company until the early 1980s when it was bought out and incorporated into the Birmingham Post and Mail group of titles, then owned by the Iliffe family. Well, you've come to the right place place. Burton Mail is part of Staffordshire Newspapers Limited, a media group which encompasses two daily newspapers, five weekly newspapers, and a selection of magazine titles.
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