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25/02/2021

Become a contributor to the Cotswold Chatterblog

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Do you live in the Cotswolds region and have news that you’d like to submit to this site? Or do you live outside the area but still have something to say that is of local interest? It can be news, events, launches, theatre, exhibitions, editorial content or anything else that would be of interest to our readers.

Why not become a contributor to the Cotswold Chatterblog and your submissions will be seen by thousands of visitors along with being listed in Google News and syndicated out in our RSS feeds to readers around the world.

If you’d like to become involved, please contact [email protected] and tell us the type of articles you’d like to submit. If we like what we see, we will give you your own account and password for you to login and write your own content for this site.

Please note:

  • All article submissions will be reviewed by our editorial team before publication and we reserve the right to edit the story as required
  • We may not publish all articles
  • All content submitted should be your original work or you should have written permission from the author
  • Cotswold Chatterblog is provided as a free service to the community and unfortunately we cannot pay contributors
  • You can submit as few or as many articles as you like

www.ebrington.com and www.CotswoldNews.com are some of the leading providers of news and information covering the Cotswolds region and are often in the top results in Google for relevant keyword searches. www.ebrington.com is also a Google News source.

We are also happy to receive announcements and press releases from local businesses and usually publish them within a few hours of receipt making us one of the quickest routes to get your message online. Simply submit them to [email protected] for publication

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