Welcome to the latest issue of Ourtown.
Welcome to Ourtown Magazine. The October edition is available online now, which means November is at all 82 of our pick-up points across the Northwich area. There’s the chance to win Panto tickets and a Fitbit Charge 3 and there’s plenty to read. A Weaverham man has got just the fillip for start-up businesses, a ‘bacon butty’ club has started at Lostock Gralam and a Rudheath man is sounding his French horn and making the vintage motor car world sit up! A Northwich priest shows her map which logs the home of every Northwich soldier killed in the First World War and it shows in a unique way the terrible impact the conflict had on the town. There’s all our usual columns to keep you entertain in what is Northwich best loved read.
So what is Ourtown?
It is a free monthly magazine, distributed through a mix of door-to-door deliveries (about 1,800) and pick-ups (about 4,200) in more than 70 stockists throughout the Northwich area. Each issue is eagerly awaited; copies tend to go quickly and are often collected.
OurTown is a real magazine...
…packed with personality features and articles. It is about Northwich people and it is fun, friendly and supportive. Readers want to be entertained, advertisers want readers who look forward to a magazine – and not put it down. Ourtown fits the bill.
What can you expect from Ourtown?
Well, as one month’s issue appears in the shops so previous month’s will be posted here, so if you miss an edition you can always catch up. We will also be bringing you some features and stories on-line and you can use the website to place advertisements.
Who am I?
My name is John Buckley, I was a journalist working on the Northwich Guardian, but mainly its rival the Northwich Chronicle for 35 years.
I was born in Northwich and love the place and hope that is reflected in the magazine.