At the News & Mail series and Star Courier, we pride ourselves in journalism that is honest, accurate and fair.
We do our best to correct errors or publish clarifications as soon as possible.
Our journalists adhere to the Editors Code of Practice, which sets the benchmark for high professional standards and is enforced by the Press Complaints Commission. If we do slip up, we promise to set the record straight in a clear, no-nonsense manner.
To report an inaccuracy, phone 01483 508700, email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Marnie Wilson, Editorial Director, Stoke Mill, Woking Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 1QA.
The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) is the independent body which governs the newspaper industry.
The Code of Practice and details of how to lodge a complaint are available from Halton House, 20/23 High Holborn, EC1N 2JD.
The PCC's website is www.pcc.org.uk or you can email email@example.com. Telephone 020 7831 0022. Helpline 0845 600 2757.
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.
To book an advert with the our advertising team call 01483 508700 or visit the Trinity Mirror Southern website for more information.
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
Editorial Director, Surrey Advertiser Group
Marnie has been Editorial Director of the Surrey and Hampshire titles for eight years. The titles were originally part of the Guardian Media Group's regional division before being sold to Trinity Mirror in 2010. Before that she worked at the BBC as a producer for 5 Live having moved to national radio from BBC Sussex and Surrey.