TG2 SURREY: A Letter to Our Readers

22.12.2017 / words: Fiona Knowlton


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of our readers...

So what are we looking forward to in 2018? Well, quite a lot as it happens, hence this letter to you. Our New Year’s resolution is to communicate more directly with our readers and this is the first step on that journey. 
We are immensely excited by the prospect of building stronger relationships with you, our readers.

As you know, we're an independent business created to connect local people to the best that Surrey has to offer, providing national quality content that is locally sourced. We created The Guide 2 Surrey five years ago to change the face of local media, and your response and enthusiasm has been hugely motivating for our entire team. 
We are incredibly grateful to you all for continuing to visit us here and on social media

If you don’t already know, we not only produce this website, but we also publish The Guide 2 Surrey monthly magazine. It’s filled with everything that makes the website so indispensible, from comprehesive entertainment guides and celebrity interviews to community news, restaurant reviews, recipes, lifestyle tips, sport and more, but with extra unique content to help you get the most out of Surrey every month.

We also know that, with a 100% pickup rate from our distribution points, many of you find it frustrating if you miss getting your copy. We have received countless correspondence and many wonderful phone calls from people asking for a subscription service, to ensure they get their copy every month. So that’s exactly what we’re doing! This will give you the option to have your own issue delivered to your door every month. How handy is that!?   

A subscription will only cost £36 for 12 issues, and it's super-easy to sign up. Just head here!

Finally, please do get in touch with us. We love it when we hear from you; the good, the funny and the occasionally perturbed feedback we get from you all is invaluable. Thank you in advance for your continued support throughout 2018 and beyond.

Fiona Knowlton