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Meet a reporter at a readers’ surgery in Hornchurch

PUBLISHED: 17:16 12 July 2018

Reporter Hayley Anderson after a 5k run.

Reporter Hayley Anderson after a 5k run.

Hayley Anderson

Whether you have a front page story, an event you would like to promote or simply want to chat, we want to hear from you.

So why not come to one of our readers’ surgery and share your story.

Tomorrow,( Friday, July 13) our reporter Hayley Anderson will be at the Costa Coffee in High Street, in Hornchurch, from 10-11.30am.

Make sure to pop along for a chat about anything in the paper, from news to listings.

The surgeries are also a chance for readers to bring to our attention anything they feel should be highlighted.

Hayley will be sitting with a pile of this week’s Recorders so make sure you say hello.

If you can’t make the surgery but think you might have a story then please contact Hayley by emailing her on hayley.anderson@archant.co.uk or call on 020 8477 3719.

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