The Bramley Advertiser
was a weekly freesheet tabloid newspaper for the Leeds suburb of Bramley in West Yorkshire
, in the west of the city.
It was founded in 1891 by William Witts. It was taken over by Newsquest in February 2003 and rapidly expanded to a series of four editions: the Armley & Wortley Advertiser in November 2003, the Pudsey Advertiser in 2004 and the Horsforth Advertiser in 2005.
All four titles were incorporated into a single title, The Advertiser, in June 2008, with shared editorial offices in Pudsey.
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