The Worcestershire Echo LTD has been publishing magazines for nearly 4 years now and through our high-quality editorial content, fantastic competitions and high distribution we continue to grow and go from strength to strength in the Worcestershire area.
During the three years, The Worcestershire Echo has fast become the market leader in A5 magazines. We distribute more free monthly copies direct through the letterboxes than any other company in the county.
Worcester, Pershore, Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Redditch, Malvern are all areas served by the Worcestershire Echo. We provide readers with a wide array of interesting reads, from ideas on how to improve their home and garden to film reviews and cinema listings as well as suggestions on where to eat and drink out in the county. The Worcestershire Echo also provides competitions and puzzles for adults and children alike, local community news and events, a dedicated sports section and so much more….
The success of the Worcester Magazine has led to us launching magazines in the Bromsgrove & Droitwich Echo and also the Malvern Echo at the end of 2018 .
Copies of each magazine are delivered directly through the letterbox including Restaurants, Dental/Doctor Surgeries, Café’s, Hotels and High Street Shops as well as privately owned estates.
As well as the high-quality publications published each and every month the Worcestershire Echo has a great online and social media presence, which are both regularly updated each day with local news and events, as well as having an online directory and listings page.
If you have any questions, stories or thoughts please contact Us, we really want to hear about all of the events that are going on within Worcestershire, we will do our best to get all events published or at the very least promoted on our website and social media pages.
WHERE IT ALL BEGAN IN 2015
The Worcester Echo was created by myself Gavin Radford back in the summer of 2015, I had been pondering with the idea for a long time and I took the leap. I wanted to offer the tradesman and businesses of Worcestershire a platform to be able to promote their services in a positive light, as well as letting the community know about all the fantastic news, events and sports that happen each month.
Knowing what a big job setting up a business would be, I decided that I would not be able to make the impact that I wanted on my own so after a few Meetings and liquid lunches with Stephen Coopey we decided to get the ball rolling and so the Echo and a great partnership was born.