The Goole times of the Goole Times (Incorporating Selby Times) series is a paid-for weekly tabloid newspaper owned by Chronicle Publications Ltd. It is published every Thursday and is primarily distributed in Yorkshire (East). It is currently serving the towns of North and South Cave, Selby, Goole, Epworth, Thorne, Howden, York, Leeds, Knottingley, Sherburn, Holme on Spalding Moor, Casleford and Pontefract.
Goole is a town situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England with 19,518 inhabitants. Goole was derived from the Middle English word ‘goule’ which means “stream or channel” for it was originally built to serve the Aire and Calder Canal. It is where one can see the inland port which was hailed as one of the most important ports on the east coast of England for its versatility to accommodate 3 million tons of cargo per annum.
Established in 1853, the Goole Times was considered as the longest running and most popular newspaper of Goole. According to ABC Regional Publications and Circulation Certificate, Goole Times produced an average gross (print & digital) 14,582 copies and 50 issues released. Online, it now has 5,924 likes on Facebook.
Like the most important and versatile port of the east coast, Goole Times will give importance to the publication of your condolences, tributes and/ or death notices.
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