The Pocklington Post
is a weekly tabloid newspaper
sold in a strip of East Yorkshire running from Stamford Bridge (site of the other
famous English battle in 1066) through Pocklington to Market Weighton.
It’s published by Scarborough-based Yorkshire Regional Newspapers, part of the Johnston Press group of regional and local newspapers. The editorial offices are in Driffield, where they share with the Driffield Times & Post; the local office in Pocklington has now closed.
It was relaunched at the end of January 2014 as a “people’s paper”, aiming to provide three-quarters of its non-advertising content from readers’ contributions.
It comes out on Thursdays.
- Pocklington Post
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