The Chesterfield Express
was a weekly freesheet tabloid newspaper delivered to homes in the market town and borough of Chesterfield and surrounding parts of north-eastern Derbyshire
It was launched in 1994 by Wilfred Edmunds Ltd, a company within the North division of regional publishing giant Johnston Press that also publishes the Derbyshire Times, Johnston’s paid title for the area, and – until September 2012 – the Chesterfield Advertiser, another freesheet. The editorial offices were in Chesterfield.
It came out on Wednesdays.
It ceased publication in 2009.
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