The Star is giving you the chance to meet the Editor to have your say about the newspaper.
Tomorrow, Jeremy Clifford, Editor of The Star, will be with our promotions team on Fargate to hear what people have to say.
We want to know your views about what you like about the newspaper, what you would like to see more of and also what you don’t like or want to see improved.
The event comes at the end of a week which has seen a significant amount of change in the newspaper.
The news and features pages have been revamped to give them a brighter more modern feel, with new elements to stimulate reader interest.
A new puzzles and crosswords page has been introduced and an exclusive readers club, Members Zone has been relaunched, with better offers and competitions available to those who join.
Most of the main supplements in The Star have also been redesigned and improved.
The Star’s entertainments supplement, TimeOut, has moved from Friday to Thursday to give readers more time to arrange their leisure activities and a new What’s On spread has been introduced on a Friday, complete with cinema listings.
GrassRoots, our local sports pullout, has moved to Friday with some great new features.
Jeremy said: “This week has been an important one for The Star with some great new additions to the newspaper.
“I want you to tell me what you think of them, so why not take time out from your shopping to have a chat?”
The Star team will be in the city centre from 11am until 3pm, on a stand near to WH Smiths.