How do I contact the Sunday Post?
How do I contact the Sunday Post?
To get in touch with the Sunday Post you can:
- CALL 01382 223131 (9-5, Mon to Fri)
- EMAIL [email protected]
- WRITE TO The Sunday Post, Spiers View, 50 High Craighall Road, Glasgow, G4 9UD.
- RAW DEAL.
Does the Sunday Post still exist?
The paper was founded in 1914 and has a wide circulation across Scotland, Northern Ireland, and parts of Northern England. The current editor is Richard Prest….The Sunday Post.
|A front cover from 16 November 2008|
|Owner(s)||DC Thomson & Co Ltd.|
How much does the Scottish Sunday Post cost?
1 issue per week. The Sunday Post will be posted 1st Class on the Monday after publication. *Save 50% off the first 3 months is available for UK delivery when paying by Direct Debit. Only £14.87 for the first 3 months, then £29.75 every 3 months thereafter.
Is Oor Wullie from Dundee?
Oor Wullie is the iconic wee Scottish laddie from the fictional town of Auchenshoogle. The image of Wullie sitting on his upturned bucket, wearing his famous black dungarees is as familiar to Scots as Edinburgh Castle.
Who reads the Sunday Post?
Every month The Sunday Post reaches over 476,000 adults, more than any other Scottish Sunday newspaper. The Sunday Post has the greatest reach of all Scottish Sunday news-brands with an impressive coverage across all regions of Scotland.
How much does the Mail on Sunday cost?
The Daily Mail’s Saturday edition costs £1, while the Mail on Sunday costs £1.80. The publisher said in a statement that, as a result of the new cover price, the Monday to Friday retail profit margin will increase to 15.62p per copy, earning retailers an extra 1.12p profit for every copy sold.
Are Oor Wullie books worth anything?
A rare set of the earliest Oor Wullie books has sold for more than £5,000 at auction. The very first book fetched £2,800, with the second and third selling for £1,500 and £900 respectively. An original piece of artwork by Beano artist Dudley D Watkins sold for £950.
Why does Oor Wullie sit on a bucket?
“Oor Wullie” without his bucket and dungarees would not be the same, and both have featured since he first appeared in 1936. Occasionally he’s had padding or cushions on the bucket, such as when he got his bottom smacked for damaging the instruments of a marching band.
Is the Sunday Post reliable?
Named Scotland’s Newspaper of the Year in 2018, The Post’s journalism is built on accuracy, decency, and fairness and has made it a Sunday essential for millions of Scots.
Is Oor Wullie related to the Broons?
Annuals. Starting in 1940 the Oor Wullie strips also appeared in the form of a Christmas annual which alternated every second year with “The Broons”, another D. C. Thomson product. (No annuals were published between 1943 and 1946.) Starting in 2015, both titles are now published together annually.
How to contact the Sunday Post Raw Deal team?
The Sunday Post’s Raw Deal team can help If you have a consumer problem that you need help with, from disputed bills to holidays from hell, our Raw Deal team may be able to help. To get in touch with Raw Deal please email your address and daytime/mobile number to [email protected]
How to get in touch with the Sunday Post?
To get in touch with the Sunday Post you can: CALL 01382 223131 (9-5, Mon to Fri) EMAIL [email protected] WRITE TO The Sunday Post, DC Thomson, Suite 6, Level 3, Skypark, 8 Elliot Place, Glasgow, G3 8EP. COMPLAINTS. All complaints should be addressed to the Editor.
How to get in touch with raw deal?
To get in touch with Raw Deal please email your address and daytime/mobile number to [email protected] Briefly outline the problem and how you would like it resolved. Include contact details of the other party and any customer ref/order numbers. By requesting Raw Deal’s assistance you agree for your name, location and a photo to be published.
Who is the editor of the Sunday Post?
The Sunday Post follows the Editor’s Code of Practice and is regulated by the Independent Press Standards Organisation. Please write to The Editor, The Sunday Post, Spiers View, 50 High Craighall Road, Glasgow, G4 9UD Or email [email protected]