Become a community news correspondent
Last updated at 12:01, Tuesday, 15 February 2011
We are looking to increase coverage in the North-West Evening Mail with more contributions from the range of organisations which do such a great job out in our communities.
We plan to introduce a dedicated day of the week, when as well as all your usual news, sport and features from your Evening Mail, we feature community news from your area.
And we need your help to achieve it.
Can you please let us know if your organisation is wanting more coverage from the North-West Evening Mail.
If the answer is 'yes', we would be pleased to try to make that happen.
All we would ask is that you provide us with contact details (name, daytime telephone numbers - landline and mobile, and daytime email address) of those representatives from your community who would be happy to send in an email report on a weekly basis of news from your area to be featured in the North-West Evening Mail.
We would organise the rest.
We hope you are excited as we are about this community news project, and that together we can help raise the profile of all that is going in in this wonderful area of ours.
Please use the email form below to get in touch.
First published at 11:50, Tuesday, 15 February 2011
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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