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Monday, 06 July 2015

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Barrow church workers get chapter and verse at Evening Mail offices

WHITE-collar workers took over the Evening Mail offices when the Barrow and Furness Deanery Chapters paid a visit.

VISIT Members of the Barrow and Furness Deanery Chapters visited the North-West Evening Mail's offices in Barrow. Pictured with (front) Jonathan Robinson on the Breaking News desk and (centre back) deputy editor James Higgins LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 50060456B000

A group of vicars were joined by youth ministers as part of the Chapters' ongoing quest to engage with the community by visiting different workplaces.

The group was hoping to discover how the Evening Mail communicates with members of the community and learn about how best to develop the effectiveness of their own methods of communication.

They took a tour of the office before contributing to the design of a page.

The Rev Gary Cregeen, who organised the trip, said: “There are a lot of similarities between the church and the Evening Mail in terms of how we both strive to serve our communities as effectively as possible.

“There is plenty of good news which we want to share and we look forward to working together to make this happen.”

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