The Brentwood Gazette is a weekly newspaper published on Wednesdays and sold in the Essex town of Brentwood and in other towns and villages in its vicinity.
The Brentwood Gazette has been named Britain's best regional weekly newspaper (circulation under 20,000) at the UK Regional Press Awards for two consecutive years, namely in 2012 and 2013. Organized by the Society of Editors, these annual awards are considered the most notable across the journalism industry. The Brentwood Gazette aims to be “the voice for the community of Brentwood and to hold the authorities to account”, an endeavour it achieved with “vigour and a sense of humour which helped them stand out from the competition”, according to editor Nev Wilson.
It was founded in 1919 as the Brentwood Gazette and Mid-Essex Recorder. It was then published by the Trinity Mirror. Since 2012, its subsidiary, the new Local World media group had taken over this publication but has now switched back to being owned by Trinity Mirror PLC after the latter’s acquisition of Local World.
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