Broadcast staff hit the town
THE Dunmow Broadcast enters a new era next week. Tomorrow (Friday) will be the last day that staff will be based in the Angel Lane office – from Monday they ll be out and about in Dunmow. The move has been made to provide the best service possible to the
THE Dunmow Broadcast enters a new era next week. Tomorrow (Friday) will be the last day that staff will be based in the Angel Lane office - from Monday they'll be out and about in Dunmow.
The move has been made to provide the best service possible to the town, as it is no longer viable to maintain our small and outdated office in the current economic climate.
Rather than being stuck in an office all day, staff will now be closer to the community by being out on the streets of Dunmow.
The quality of the Dunmow Broadcast will not be affected by the move, in fact we will be even closer to the community because reporters and advertising staff will have regular come-and-meet-us sessions in the town.
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Broadcast reporter Nick Thompson will be at the Saracen's Head in the High Street on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11.30am to 2.30pm.
So go along and tell Nick about all your news. You can also e-mail him at email@example.com
- 1 Man fined for driving to Dunmow to exercise dog
- 2 Try this: MasterChef winner Chef Webb's recipe for roasted chicken supreme
- 3 Tributes are paid to much loved vet Stephen Flood
- 4 Saffron Walden constituency MP on the road map out of lockdown
- 5 Eve creates cerebral palsy awareness stamps
- 6 Farm wins best Pick Your Own category in awards
- 7 Another award for Old Park Meadow
- 8 Two dogs stolen as Uttlesford dog owners voice concern
- 9 Containerlift supports laughter and supply chains
- 10 Co-op windows are smashed and cigarettes stolen
You can also drop off letters and other correspondence for the Broadcast at Maggies Trinkets (by our Angel Lane office). Or you can post them to Dunmow Broadcast, 54 High Street, Saffron Walden, Essex CB10 1EE.