Author: Nathan Akrill

A new partnership has been forged with View From Publishing Ltd, resulting in 5000 copies of the first edition of ‘View From the Jurassic Coast’ being circulated at TICs and key outlets along the Jurassic Coast.

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This new local newspaper is the latest addition to the ‘View From’ range which consists of 12 free community newspapers in East Devon, West Dorset and South Somerset.

The partnership will work with the Jurassic Coast Team and other partners, with three ‘View From’ reporters located between Exmouth and Swanage, to produce some major articles featuring initiatives, projects and events related to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

‘View From the Jurassic Coast’ will open up a new channel of communication both with residents and visitors, giving an insight into the many strands of Jurassic Coast related work.

Business engagement is also high on the agenda, keeping local businesses in the picture as projects develop and opportunities to get involved arise.

Julia Pulman, Jurassic Coast Marketing & Communications Officer.

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