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Faye Hatcher joins Stroud Times team


Celebrating the steady growth of Stroud Times, the team behind five valleys’ community news site is excited to announce the arrival of Faye Hatcher.

Faye, a former BBC Radio Gloucestershire presenter, will look after advertising partnerships for Stroud Times and is relishing the challenge ahead, she said: “I’m really excited to be joining Stroud Times and can’t wait to get started.

“My new position will sit alongside my other freelance work as a media trainer, event host and pet portrait artist.

“Having worked in the media for over 20 years, I know a lot of people in the Stroud area and I’m keen to build business relationships and partnerships within our community.

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Former BBC Radio Gloucestershire presenter Faye Hatcher with Subscription Rooms volunteer director Hugh Phillimore

“People love local and what better way to market your company, than through a publication that’s firmly rooted in its community. I’m keen to hear from businesses who want to grow their brand awareness and to publicise what they do and the services they provide. There are a number of creative and effective ways we can help you achieve this, so drop me a line at promotions@stroudtimes.com.”

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Faye Hatcher and Tom Herbert of The Long Table

“We’re delighted to welcome Faye to our team,” said co-founder Ash Loveridge. “Faye is the perfect fit to help drive the content and advertising side of the business to the next level. 

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Faye Hatcher at the start of the Stroud Half Picture: Matt Bigwood.

“We’ve been pleased how much a truly independent news website has been welcomed by the community and Faye is a fantastic signing and we’re over the moon she agreed to join us.”

Email Faye at promotions@stroudtimes.com  

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