Christmas Good News reaches more readers
The well-established Good News for Norwich & Norfolk Christian tabloid newspaper has taken an innovative step forward today with the Christmas edition included in tonight’s Norwich Evening News.
The popular free paper is included in the middle of 20,000 copies of the Evening News on Monday December 12. Another 11,000 plus copies have been distributed to churches, libraries and Christian groups across Norwich and parts of Norfolk.
Included are heart-touching stories about a Lowestoft mother who lost two daughters in an horrific car crash, a Norwich woman who doctors said should have died over 60 years, ago, Radio Norfolk presenter Emma Philpotts and former Eastenders soap star Daniella Westbrook.
All of the stories will also be appearing on the Network Norfolk website over the next few days.
Editor, Keith Morris, said: “The Christmas Good News edition is packed with true stories of Christians who have a remarkable tale to tell about their own personal experiences and how their faith has helped them cope with the bad times and rejoice in the good.
“Including the paper within the Evening News helps us to ensure that the Good News gets the widest possible readership.”