Burton Mail is an Anglo-Saxon newspaper that distributes its paper edition to the city of Burton and its three major districts. It also has an online version for far-flung Internet users and readers. In the year 2011, specifically August 31, the newspaper reached a circulation of approximately 12,198 copies according to ABC figures published by the website Hold The Front Page about how the regional newspapers performed.
Its main office is located in the city of Burton Epon Trent or simply called Burton. On 2 May 2018, the newspaper celebrated its 128th anniversary, making it one of the longest-lasting newspapers in England, so it is not surprising that it has received numerous awards such as Daily of the Year for the Midlands Media Awards and other regional press awards.
The Burton Mail began its journey on 2 May 1898 when it was funded by several influential barons of the time whose sole aim was to create a means of representing the views of the Conservative Party across the UK. So Burton Mail was a spokesman for political news until 1970. From there, the newspaper went into the hands of several publishers such as Local World, which was later bought by Reach plc (formerly Trinity Mirror) in 2015.
Today, Burton Mail belongs to the prestigious publishing group “Reach Plc”. The newspaper also holds annual awards for the achievements of heroes who have not been recognized as they should be in the city of Burton, one of these being the “Baby of the Year” and the coveted “Business Awards”. Another point to note is that the newspaper has a strong diversity policy, that is, equality for all potential employees regardless of gender, race, religion, age, marital status or nationality.
Remember that you must be registered to Access all the magazines or newspapers on the web
The Burton Mail platform offers a wide variety of options and offers to subscribe so that you can enjoy all the news, interviews, refueling, articles and other components of the web. Its current digital director is Chris Mallett, who also manages the newspaper’s social networks.
Some of the packages you offer to your users are:
- Your collected news: You will be able to search every week for the paper edition from £3.40.
- Your news delivered: Every morning you will receive your news directly to your home for only £4.36 per week.
- Your downloaded news: You will have free digital access to the digital edition to enjoy it without restrictions for only £1.43.
- Your published news: Before it is published it will be in your home, for only £15.05 per week.
Burton Mail uses an SSL encryption certificate to keep the details of your payment information secure when you subscribe. You can do these directly from the web. Or if you want more direct attention, you can call the number 0333 202 8000.