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Outlets across Fenland will have FREE copies of the Citizen for you to pick up and enjoy from this Wednesday

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Don’t forget this week sees a change in the way you can get a FREE copy of your favourite local paper, the Fenland Citizen.

From this Wednesday (20) there's a new way to pick up your copy of your favourite local paper. (7159392)
From this Wednesday (20) there's a new way to pick up your copy of your favourite local paper. (7159392)

For too long too many of you were failing to get a copy of your beloved Citizen delivered due to patchy distribution and so from today you will be able to pick-up a copy for FREE at lots of different outlets across the district.

Last autumn in Chatteris we began distributing on a ‘pick-up’ basis where the papers are supplied to shops and other community venues.

It has proved a great success with our readers, so now we are spreading this out across Fenland. This means that when you are out and about doing your shopping, or in the library or filling up in the garage, whether you are in Wisbech or March or many other places in Fenland, you’ll never be far away from a copy of the Citizen.

Our aim is to make this newspaper even more accessible to its readers. We know you love it. . . that is why you get so upset when you don’t receive it!

The new system starts today. Keep an eye out for our sparkling new holders, carrying the Fenland Citizen logo. The paper will still be available to buy from some newsagents for just 55p.

And, for our many advertisers, this is also good news. This move makes the Citizen more visible than ever before. Our readers – your customers – can get the paper whenever and wherever they want it.

There’s even a free e-edition on our website (www.fenlandcitizen.co.uk).

The paper is available at: Asda, North End, Wisbech; Tesco petrol and Tesco Extra Cromwell Road, Wisbech; Morrisons Elm High Road, Wisbech; Shop 4U Victoria Road, Wisbech; Keshwara Kirkgate Street, Walsoken; McColls Walton Road, Wisbech; Harecroft Road News, Wisbech; Premier Norwich Road, Wisbech;Maxey Grounds, South Brink, Wisbech; Robert Hale, Falcon Road, Wisbech; Wisbech library, Ely Place.

Tesco Superstore and Tesco petrol, Hostmoor Avenue, March; Sainsbury’s Mill View, March; MSP Retail Premier St Peter’s Road, March; Davis Newsagents Station Road, March; Co-op Convenience, Badgeney Road, March; Ellis Winters, High Street, March; Maxey Grounds, Market Place, March, Maxey Grounds, High Street, March; Robert Hale, The Wheel Centre, March; March library, City Road; Fenland Hall, County Road. Doddington News Agents High Street, Doddington; Wimblington Convience Store Norfolk Street, Wimblington.

It is also already available at both Aldi and Jack’s in Chatteris.

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