The Aldershot News & Mail is a weekly newspaper sold on Fridays in Aldershot, town in the English county of Hampshire and its surrounding towns. As at 2013, it had six other editions apart from the one covering Aldershot, namely Ash/Farnham, Camberley, Farnborough, Fleet, Sandhurst/Crowthorne and Yateley. It also has a companion weekly, the Surrey & Hants Star Courier which is distributed for free.
The Aldershot News & Mail is published by Surrey & Berkshire Media which was previously owned by Guardian Media Group. In 2010, the latter was taken over by the largest British newspaper, magazine and digital publisher Trinity Mirror.
Founded in 1894, the Aldershot News & Mail was formerly known as the Aldershot News. Also, it used to appear twice weekly under two separate titles (Aldershot News and The Mail) until 2009 when it appeared only once a week under the joint title. It has kept its broadsheet format. The editorial offices are in Guildford.
Its latest official readership figures date back to 2007 where the number of adults reading an average issue of the newspaper was 33144 and 63835 respectively for the Aldershot Mail Series and the Aldershot News Series. As at July 2016, it had 4383 followers on Twitter and no Facebook page.
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