WE are aiming to give the whole area a boost with a great new campaign.
The Summer of Love campaign is encouraging readers to celebrate their communities during June.
And to help celebrate, we’re asking you, our readers, to help mark the longest day of the year, tomorrow, by taking one picture and a short video clip to create a visual snapshot – video clips don’t have to be long, just 20 or 30 seconds. Pictures and video can be of any part of your day on June 21 – sunrise, sunset or anything in between.
You can email your pictures and videos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Colin Channon, the Herald and Gazette’s editor in chief, said: “We want all our readers to get out there and capture something that illustrates their day. It could be anything from the sunrise to walking the dog, whatever forms part of your day. We’ll share the pictures and video footage online, for the tens and tens of thousands of our online readers to see, across the area and beyond. It’s a great opportunity to come together and produce something momentous – and here’s hoping the weather is befittinng midsummer’s day!” The Summer of Love campaign is also aiming to boost the local economy by getting people to spend their hard-earned pennies and pounds locally.
If you run a local shop or visitor attraction and want to advertise to our unique local audience, not only through our newspaper but our many digital platforms, too, we will be delighted to hear from you. Call 01903 282380 or email advertising email@example.com
And if you are organising a charitable or community event, tell us about it.
Our reporters will, as ever, be delighted to receive your news. You can contact the Worthing Herald reporters by calling 01903 282366, or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To get in touch with the Shoreham Herald team, call 01903 282390 or send an email to email@example.com
And for the Littlehampton Gazette, call 01903 714135 or email firstname.lastname@example.org