East Grinstead Observer Reviews
Newest Review: ... on local news, there are plenty of charming colloquial tales and titbits mixed in with the occasional hard-hitting exclusive. The newspaper is tabloid sized with an eye-catching bold title in red and blue. The inside front page always features a comment section with editorial followed by a question which is put to locals in a vox pop style, with their comments and pictures then printed. This weeks burning issue was based around summer holiday plans! The questions here can be lighthearted or serious, and are often based on current affairs with a local spin, relating to things like new developments in the town etc. The first quarte... more
Customer East Grinstead Observer Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/06/10 (Very useful, 130 readings)
Since moving from a little village near East Grinstead to the town itself, I can honestly say one of the highlights has been the upgrade to a more substantial local paper! Our last freebie was more of a village newsletter, a few scraps of amateur type scrawl with little to report, and although endearing it was a little uninteresting. The East Grinstead Observer (now East Grinstead Courier&Observer) meanwhile, is much more like a 'proper', quality publication. Delivered free sometime between Wednesday and Saturday (depending on the delivery person), this newspaper can also be bought in the towns shops for 40p an issue. Focussing on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/08 (Very useful, 864 readings)
A few years ago I could think of nothing more boring than reading my local free paper as it dropped through my door on a Wednesday evening. These days I love seeing the young lad come down the drive (as does the dog!!) and deliver me my weekly dose of actually very interesting local news. It's a bit like watching your local news on the TV. It feels a little bit more personal than the national stuff and even better if you actually know the areas they are talking about. I feel the same way about my local paper and the East Grinstead Observer is a particularly well laid out local paper. The first third of it is always dedicated to local news and ... Read the complete review
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