We've been committed to quality since we started. We print on paper sourced from sustainable forests, use vegetable inks and work with local businesses wherever possible.
And we don't run cheap-to-buy fillers. That means that you'll never see a recipe or crossword in our magazine - or 'five things to do with taps'. Everything is written from scratch by our editorial team, which includes national journalists.
Because our editorial and advertising teams live in the city, we have our finger on the pulse. We're often the only city publication to attend and cover local events. Promoting the great work that happens across Winchester is something we really believe in.
Winchester Magazine was given a Mayor of Winchester Award for service to the city during the pandemic and a High Sheriff of Hampshire Award for local journalism in 2021.
We were honoured with a Point Of Light Award for our community-building social media campaigns during the pandemic and beyond by No 10 Downing Street in 2022.
Liz Kavanagh started her career as a reporter on Brighton’s Argus newspaper and then edited Brighton & Hove Life Magazine.
After freelancing as a celebrity writer for Hello! and The Daily Express, Liz edited luxury lifestyle magazines for Chewton Glen, Hotel du Vin and The Carnegie Club.
In January 2015, Liz fulfilled a lifetime dream to set up a magazine in the city in which she lived, which would not only champion all the brilliant things happening in Winchester, but which would also be aspirational, with high quality content.
Liz volunteers at Oxfam on High Street on Monday mornings, knows the city inside out and enjoys evenings out at the theatre, live music in the open air, great food at Winchester’s many restaurants and family walks with Beans the dog in the countryside.
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