Blue Mountains Gazette wants reader feedback

The Blue Mountains Gazette is looking for reader feedback.

Sales manager Elaine Arriguetti said it was about ensuring the community was getting everything they needed from their Gazette.

“We want to find out what sections our readers enjoy most, it will help us ensure we are giving our best on paper, in our Review magazine and online.”

Blue Mountains Gazette editor Damien Madigan and Blue Mountains Gazette sales manager Elaine Arriguetti.

Blue Mountains Gazette editor Damien Madigan and Blue Mountains Gazette sales manager Elaine Arriguetti.

Editor Damien Madigan said it was paramount that the paper responded to the readers interests, while also reporting all the news of the day

“We’ve been reporting the issues without fear or favour for more than 50 years – and we want to know if the community needs more from us, whether that is in print, on our website or via social media,” he said.

“It will continue to guide us in understanding what our community needs and values.” 

Everyone who enters a form will have the chance to go into a draw for two tickets to see the NSW Police Band in concert at the Blue Mountains Theatre in Springwood on August 9.

To participate click on the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/353KFT8

Gazette readers can win two tickets to see the NSW Police Band at the Blue Mountains Theatre on August 9.

Gazette readers can win two tickets to see the NSW Police Band at the Blue Mountains Theatre on August 9.