Have your say on the Gazette's future
THE Gazette is looking for 30 people to take part on a Friday afternoon in October in one of three discussion groups of 10 people each to discuss every aspect of the Gazette.
We want to learn what people think of the Gazette as it is now and how they think it could be improved for the future.
Each session will start at 2pm and finish at 4pm at the Gazette offices in Dursley. Refreshments will be provided and we hope that a lively discussion will ensue. Honesty will be encouraged.
The editor, Skip Walker, will be there to answer questions and to ensure that the meeting starts and ends on time but the agenda will be set by the members of the group.
If you love or loathe the Gazette, would like to see it drastically changed or would be horrified if any changes were to take place, we are very keen to hear your thoughts so that we can produce a weekly paper that contains everything our readers want to see in it.
We think we do that now but it could be that we are sadly deluded and we need to know.
Please think seriously about taking part if you care about your local newspaper. It should be an interesting afternoon and your contribution will be greatly valued.
Anyone who would like to join one of the groups should email email@example.com by no later than Wednesday, September 12. If you have a preferred Friday in October or are not available on a particular Friday please include that information in your email.
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