I took over the reins of the Sheffield Star back in October, and appealed to readers to tell me how they’d like it to improve.
Scores of you took me at my word and sent emails and letters – including one from a chap now living in France, whose loyal mother takes a Star every single day – telling me where I could make some easy wins.
And we’ve delivered many of the requests, including improving our online offering, and interacting with more of you where you feel most comfortable – social media.
But a good Editor never rests on his laurels. I will therefore be setting up camp at Crystal Peaks next week, Friday 21st March to seek your views.
I want to know what you think about everything we do. How should I marshal the troops to ensure you get exactly what you want?
What do you want more of? More jobs? More sport? More space to have your own say on issues close to your heart? More crime and punishment? More cartoons? What? I’m a big believer that Editors are mere custodians of their newspapers. They belong to the people.
Please come along and meet me. I’ll be there from 10am, and would love to spend some time in your company.