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  1. 3 votes
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  2. 3 votes
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  3. Forest of Dean Newspapers

    Now published as "The Forester" covering the whole of the Forest of Dean (Gloucestershire), but previously individual papers for each of the Forest / Severnside towns (Lydney, Coleford and Cinderford).

    Lydney Observer
    Dean Forest Guardian
    Cinderford Journal
    Dean Forest Mercury
    Forest of Dean Herald

    At the moment, whilst researching the Forest of Dean on the BNA, we have to hope that stories were covered by papers in South Wales or Gloucester.

    42 votes
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  4. 1 vote
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  5. Spalding

    Spalding Guardian !!!

    6 votes
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  6. Thanet Advertiser between 1903 and 1914 (esp 1909) please, please!

    Thanet Advertiser between 1903 and 1914 (esp 1909) please, please!

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  7. Henley Standard

    Period from 1914 to 1950 please. Currently only from 1884 to end 1913. The local history group would like to do a project this period, for which access to the local newspaper would be invaluable.
    Thanks

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  8. Blaydon Courier

    Covers an important industrial area on Tyneside. Often includes accounts of local families and events not covered in the larger regional newspapers.

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  9. 4 votes
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  10. Sandwich, Kent

    Newspapers from Sandwich, Kent and surrounding areas!

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  11. Skyrack Courier 1889 to 1923

    Skyrack Courier 1889 to 1923

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  12. Good Housekeeping

    The 20th century British editions of Good Housekeeping would be so useful!

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  13. 1 vote
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  14. gaudie

    "Gaudie" was the newspaper of the University of Aberdeen Students' Association. Like many student newspapers it contains a lot of information about events in the local community as well as just for the students.

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  15. SchNews

    Dubbed by the Guardian newspaper as "The National Newsletter of the Protest Movement", this weekly news-sheet was produced during the 1990s and provides important documentary of the "Non-violent direct action" movement of the time. Bringing in social justice, international affairs, political campaigning, and environmental action, its lack of secure funding means that its own internet archive has had a rocky time. Almost all issues are available, not least because the annual collections/compendia were sent in to the British Library :)

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  16. Latest homes

    "The Latest", later "Latest Homes" was originally a tabloid entertainments paper, before becoming a novel format A4ish magazine where opening from one side gave listings and ents whilst opening from the "back" (upside down) had property listings together with information about neighbourhoods and social events. Overall this is quite a strong document about the cultural life of Brighton through the 1990s and 2000s.

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  17. The Leader

    The Leader was a free newspaper in Brighton back in the early 1990s. It contained a lot of community information that was sometimes - but not, I think, always, a subset of what was carried in the local paid-for Argus.

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  18. Luton News

    More Luton papers after 1940

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  19. Abergele and St Asaph Visitor

    The Abergele & St Asaph Visitor was a weekly freesheet newspaper distributed to homes in Abergele in Conwy on the North Wales coast, and to St Asaph in Denbighshire and smaller villages along the valley of the River Elwy (Llanfair Talahaiarn, Llangernyw, Llannefydd).
    It was founded as the Abergele & Pensarn Visitor in 1861 and kept that title until 1936, when it became simply the Abergele Visitor. It added & St Asaph in 1997.

    It was published by Trinity Mirror North Wales as part of a series together with the Rhyl & Prestatyn Visitor and came out on Wednesdays.

    It…

    3 votes
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  20. Daily Mirror 2000-

    Is it possible to add issues of Daily Mirror from 2000 onwards, maybe to 2010?

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