Stroud News & Journal

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The Stroud News & Journal is a weekly paid-for newspaper based in Stroud, Gloucestershire. It is published every Wednesday in a tabloid format by Newsquest and covers a large portion of the Stroud district, including the towns of Stroud, Minchinhampton, Nailsworth, Stonehouse, Painswick and Chalford, and their surrounding villages.

History[edit]

Stroud News & Journal headquarters in Lansdown, Stroud

The SNJ, as it likes to refer to itself in print, was amalgamated in 1957 from the Stroud News and the Stroud Journal.

Demographics and statistics[edit]

The SNJ has a circulation of around 19,000 [1]. ABC statistics indicate a readership of 46,880, or roughly 2.5 readers per copy [2], with the readership split evenly between the socio-economic groups and age ranges.

Editorial team[edit]

Sue Smith (editor), Tamash Lal (news editor), Sarah Yates and Kate Wilson (reporters), Ashley Loveridge (sports editor), Matty Airey (arts editor), Tom Wren (photographer).

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