All contact information for Birmingham Mail can be found here
|Head Office||0843 596 3515|
|Customer Services||0843 596 3516|
|Complaints||0843 596 3517|
|Jobs||0843 596 3518|
|Stories in your area||0843 596 3519|
|Events in your area||0843 596 3520|
|Birmingham Mail||Opening Hours|
|Head Office||24 hours, 7 days a week|
|Head Office||BPM Media (Midlands)
The Birmingham Mail (known as the Black Country Mail when sold in the Black Country) is a tabloid newspaper that is based in Birmingham, England. The paper was founded in 1870 and is distributed around Birmingham, the Black Country, and Solihull as well as in parts of Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and Staffordshire. The newspaper was rebranded from the Birmingham Evening Mail in 2005 and is one of the biggest selling local newspapers in the UK, and is the largest in Birmingham. The Birmingham Mail is published Monday to Saturday, with their sister newspaper, the Sunday Mercury, published on a Sunday. The newspaper is independent of any political party and is owned by the Trinity Mirror Group, who also own the Sunday Mercury and another sister paper, the Birmingham Post.
You can subscribe to an online edition of the Birmingham Mail by visiting their subscriptions site, though the paper is well maintained online. When you visit the site you are given many choices of news to browse, with options like latest news and local news, as well as topics like politics, crime, education, business, nostalgia, showbiz, health, and motors. As well as all this you have the chance to see the news for local sports teams like Villa, Blues, Albion and Wolves, and you’re also given the opportunity to look at business, courts and family notices news. The Birmingham Mail also offers its readers the chance to place and look at adverts in the newspaper under categories like jobs, motors, property, directory, cash back, dating, buysell, and photos.
If you think there is a story happening in your area that Birmingham Mail might be interested in reporting on, you can contact them by calling the number above and a member of the team will be happy to take your phone call and refer you to the correct person you should speak to relating to your story. Sometimes news stories can be better presented with multiple sources, so if you already know of someone else reporting the story, you should still call with your information in case anything has been missed.
Is there an event happening in your area that you think the team at Birmingham Mail would be interested in hearing about? If so, then please call the team so that they can come and find out more about the event, as it could be incredibly useful to hear about new events happening in the area. Any information can be useful, so make sure you call the team if you’d like your event to be covered in the newspaper.
Birmingham currently have a public art trail involving 100 bear sculptures being placed within the city’s streets, parks and open spaces. It launched on Monday, 10th July and runs until Sunday 17th September, and asks for people to hunt for the bears including characters like Shakesbear, Gas Street Bearsin, Thread-bear, Bhangra Bear and Bee My Honey (Bear) who you will find all around Birmingham. The Birmingham Mail is currently accepting pictures of people who have found bears around the city to display the art trail, and are asking for anyone taking part to send in pictures of themselves with the bears to feature on their website under The Big Sleuth section. If you have any questions about the Big Sleuth, or would like to know more about the art trail and where the bears are based then you can call the customer services team and they’ll tell you anything you would like to know. They can also tell you how to submit your photos and make sure that your photo is acceptable to use by the newspaper.
If you have any complaints about anything that you have seen within the paper, and believe that a story was written incorrectly or has shown a situation in an incorrect light then you should call the paper to put forward your worries. When you speak to the customer services team then they will be happy to record your complaint so that it can be dealt with correctly, as the Birmingham Mail aim to make sure that all of their readers are happy after reading their paper, and won’t be left feeling uncomfortable or unsatisfied after reading anything within it. To make sure your favourite newspaper always provides excellent content, make sure to let the customer services team know if you have any problems with anything you’ve read within the Birmingham Mail and they will be sure to rectify that situation as quickly as they can for you.
It isn’t always easy to find a job with a newspaper, but if you’re looking to find a job with Birmingham Mail then you can easily call their customer services team on the number above and they’ll be able to let you know the best way for you to apply for a job within the team. They may have many positions open for you to fill, as long as you’re qualified and ready to work in the area.
The Birmingham Mail offer the chance for work experience places within their newspaper as well, allowing younger people to take a look at what it might be like to work for a newspaper and help to start a career in some kind of journalism or writing, if that is what they’re interested in. If you’re looking for a work experience opportunity with Birmingham Mail then you can call the customer services number to put your name forward, or send your application on to email@example.com where a member of the team will consider your application and reply to you as soon as they can.
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