Kingston Guardian

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Kingston Guardian
Kingston Guardian front page Sep 26 2013.jpg
The Kingston Guardian front page from September 26, 2013
Type Weekly free newspaper
Format Compact (Tabloid)
Owner(s) Newsquest Media Group
Headquarters Sutton, London
 England
Circulation 30,546 (July 2012 - Dec 2012)
Website Kingston Guardian

The Kingston Guardian was a weekly free local newspaper covering the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, in South West London, ceasing to be published in September 2016. It was published once a week, on a Thursday, and is distributed free of charge.

It was available as a free, paperless Kingston Guardian e-newspaper, downloadable from www.kingstonguardian.co.uk/enewspaper and delivered straight to email inboxes each Thursday morning.

The paper was also sold for 60p at some newsagents and shops around the borough.

It had an average distribution of 30,546, including 1,249 free pick-up copies at supermarkets and estate agents.

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The paper was delivered to homes in Kingston upon Thames, Norbiton, Surbiton, Tolworth, New Malden, Old Malden, Worcester Park, Hook and Chessington.

The newspaper was owned by regional newspaper publisher Newsquest Media Group's South London arm along with other Guardian titles including the Elmbridge Guardian and the paid-for Surrey Comet. Sadly, due to cuts from Newsquest, the publication ceased to be printed on September 30th, and became part of an amalgamated Surrey Comet.

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