LevelItem
Ref NoGUA/6/2/4/1/3/1
TitlePre-Guardian North initiatives
Date1995-2000
Extent1 file
Creator NameGuardian Newspapers Limited
DescriptionFile containing material predominantly relating to the early development of the Guardian's northern/Manchester office under Martin Wainwright's tenure as Northern editor.

Contains reports, memorandum and correspondence relating to: the appointment of Martin Wainwright as northern editor; development ideas for the northern/Manchester office (including a publicity leaflet, visiting journalists scheme, a new reporter, a tabloid page, trainees, office management, resources, social life and promotional ideas) (1995); development ideas and research for Guardian North (2000); Guardian branding on the facade of the Deansgate office; the launch of Guardian North (2000); overview and benefits of northern/Manchester office (1996); spatial distribution of coverage across the UK; proposed Guardian sponsorship of National Parks conference; regional coverage; increased structure in the northern/Manchester office; a staff meeting (concerning young recruits, work experience, newsdesk coordination, changing priorities and Farringdon Road visits), a Guardian debate in Halifax on education (1996), northern/Manchester office placements for London staff (1997), northern advertisement sales (1995); civic journalism; the relationship between Manchester and the Guardian and a visit to Manchester by the Scott Trustees.

The file also contains: a proposal for a Midlands correspondent (1995); a schedule of speeches given by Martin Wainwright (August-October 1999); a short biography of Martin Wainwright prepared for an external article and publicity leaflets detailing northern staff (nd).

Key correspondents include Alan Rusbridger (Editor).
Access StatusOpen(part)
Access ConditionsSome records may be closed in line with the Data Protection Act.
FormatManuscript
Typescript

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