Media Bulletin

Trinity Mirror closes London titles

By Paul Burvill

14th April 2014

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Trinity Mirror will be closing the Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle Series at the end of the month, putting up to fifteen jobs at risk of redundancy.

The series, which includes the Kensington and Chelsea Chronicle and the Westminster Chronicle, will publish its final edition on Friday 25 April.

In addition, the Uxbridge Gazette, Hounslow Chronicle and Ealing Gazette are switching from door-to-door distribution to free pick-up, whilst the Harrow Observer will remain door-to-door. The Uxbridge office is also being closed, with staff either being relocated to other Trinity Mirror offices or having to work remotely.

 

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