The Aldershot News & Mail has been serving the community since 1894, a bright and stylish broadsheet with news, features and sport for the West Surrey and North East Hampshire areas. Published every Thursday with a circulation of 9,524, each edition carries a separate property supplement as well as the What's On entertainment guide.
The Star Courier is an eye-catching free newspaper distributed across Surrey and Hampshire. The tabloid publication reaches deep into the heart of the local community, with 96,078 weekly readers.
The gethampshire.co.uk website provides breaking news and sport from all across the county, as well as community and lifestyle features, picture galleries and video footage.
The newspaper titles have a combined readership of 124,340*, and the website attracts an average of 279,221 page views each month with 64,000 unique users on average**.
*Source: ABC July - Dec 2012, JICREG 01/05/13 **Source: Omniture 6 monthly UK average Jan-Jun 2013
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The Aldershot News & Mail Series and Star Courier are part of Trinity Mirror Southern, offering you unique access to our audience across the region online and in print.
We reach more than 64,000* unique users a month with dedicated coverage of Aldershot, Farnborough, Fleet, Yateley and the surrounding areas.
80% of our visitors**, who view 279,221* page impressions every month, are in the desirable ABC1 socio-economic groups.
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We are part of Trinity Mirror Southern, offering you unique access to our audience across the region online and in print.
Source: *Omniture (UK 6 month average Jan-Jun 2013). **JICREG 01/05/13
Editor-in-Chief, Trinity Mirror Southern
She has been editorial director of the online and print titles in Surrey and north-east Hampshire since 2007. Marnie previously worked at the BBC as a producer for 5 Live, having moved to national radio from BBC Sussex and Surrey.