Pick up your free Elmbridge Comet tomorrow

Out now: Elmbridge Comet

Out now: Elmbridge Comet

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A new Elmbridge newspaper filled with stories from across the borough has launched.

The Elmbridge Comet, a sister paper of the Surrey Comet, is a free newspaper and will cover human interest, crime, council, off diary and many more stories.

The initial print run will be 3,000 copies and can be picked up for free at many locations across the borough, including:

- Sainsbury’s, Bridgeway, Cobham

- Sainsbury’s, New Zealand Avenue, Walton

- Homebase, New Zealand Avenue, Walton

- Tesco Brooklands, Barnes Wallace Drive, Weybridge

- The Co-operative, Hare Lane, Claygate

- The Co-operative, Terrace Road, Walton

Editor David Rankin said: "We are thrilled to be launching the Elmbridge edition of the Surrey Comet. It is an area close to our hearts with a fantastic amount going on.

"Please get in touch with anything and everything you would like to read about in the coming weeks and months and we would be keen to hear your feedback on the first edition.

"We have a fantastic selection of stories from across the borough going in tomorrow, so please pick up a copy and tell us what you think."

We are also looking to increase our circulation in coming weeks by introducing new places for people to pick up papers. Where would you like to see your newspaper?

To send letters and let us know where you would like to see the Elmbridge Comet, email drankin@london.newsquest.co.uk.

The first Elmbridge Comet is available to pick up for free every Friday from August 15.

 

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