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Flooded entrance to car park at Broughton Casle on evening of Saturday, February 15, 2014, submitted by David Hawtin via Twitter (@HawtinDavid)

Flooded entrance to car park at Broughton Casle on evening of Saturday, February 15, 2014, submitted by David Hawtin via Twitter (@HawtinDavid)

With so much happening in the Banburyshire area that deserves to be celebrated, the Banbury Guardian offers local groups and individuals the opportunity to reach thousands of people via our newspaper and website.

The Banbury Guardian can help you get more support from members of the public and improve awareness of your work, activities or fundraising efforts.

And, what’s more, it’s free!

The Banbury Guardian reaches thousands of people every week through our website, weekly paper and Twitter and Facebook social media accounts.

If you’ve not seen our website before, take a look at www.banburyguardian.co.uk and make sure you check it out every day for breaking news as it happens.

It now attracts more unique users than ever before and includes a section specifically for community news – just one area we want to continue to expand to bring more positive, good news stories to our readers!

To get your stories considered for publication in the Banbury Guardian, all you have to do is email a picture (ideally a JPEG) and accompanying story of around 200 words to editorial@banburyguardian.co.uk.

You can also Tweet us via
@banburynews.

We will then publish as many pictures and stories as possible in our paper and on our website.

Many groups also have their own websites – if you do, make sure you include your web address so we can link the story to your website.

If you’ve got any questions, call the Banbury Guardian newsdesk on 01295 227792.

We look forward to reading all your news and sharing it with your friends, neighbours and colleagues.

 

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