About Winchester Today
This page is intended to show you more about Winchester Today.
About Winchester Today – What We Do
Want to know more about us? Winchester Today is primarily a 5-column, full-colour tabloid format newspaper that is published on the first Monday of each month.
Winchester Today has a projected print run of 7,500 to houses in Winchester, growing eventually to 21,000 across the district.
About Winchester Today – Our Team
The content is written by a team of award-winning, experienced journalists and photographers.
The team is backed by an equally-enthusiastic group of young journalists who are being trained through the project:Alfie 150 scheme.
You can find out more about the project by clicking on the ‘Training’ Page.
Our next main training day is in January 2016 and is open to anyone aged between 16 and 25.
About Winchester Today – Where you can find us
Winchester Today is also available in digital format, online, AudioBoo, online radio and Twitter.
About Winchester Today – Our Community Involvement
Winchester Today is also a proud sponsor of the Winchester Short Film Festival.
The next Festival is in November 2015.
The Festival is being hosted by the Art Cafe in Jewry Street, Winchester. The Art Cafe is inviting all Hampshire Filmmakers to submit a short film of under five minutes. Awards are offered in five categories: Short Film With Greatest Emotional Impact, Best Made Short Film, Best Young Short Filmmaker Under 22, Best Young Short Filmmaker Under 18, and our own award, the Winchester Today Award for Best Screenplay.
To start your film rolling, download an an application pack by clicking on the PDF that you will find from the Art Cafe website.
About Winchester Today – Where to Look
You can contact us and look at our content in a variety of ways:
Facebook: Winchester Today
About Winchester Today – The Newspaper
The newspaper is published as close as we can to the first Monday of the month.
You can pick up a copy of the newspaper from various points around Winchester and Alresford. In Winchester, our main pick-up point is at MailBoxes Etc, 80 High Street.
About Winchester Today – Free Training
Winchester Today offers training free of charge to young journalists aged between 16 and 25 through the project:Alfie150 scheme.
This scheme operates in Winchester and is given to any young person who may not normally be able to acquire these skills elsewhere.
Our training days continue throughout 2016
About Winchester Today – Contact Us By Phone
Phone: 01962 860746
News: 07427 417387