The Jewish Telegraph
is a weekly tabloid newspaper published in four regional editions, of which the Manchester edition is the main one
– besides Greater Manchester
, it also covers Jewish communities in the Fylde coast, Southport and the Midlands.
It’s a family-owned independent newspaper which was founded in 1950 and which incorporated the Jewish Gazette in 1995. As of August 2012 it claimed to be the only regional Jewish newspaper in the United Kingdom.
The other editions are:
- Leeds (for Yorkshire)
- Glasgow (also covers elsewhere in Scotland including Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen and Stranraer)
Each of them has its own section on the common Jewish Telegraph website, and there are separate editorial offices for each edition.
All come out on Fridays.
- Jewish Telegraph
11 Park Hill
Bury Old Road
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