You can contact The Bristol Post by calling the newspaper’s local-rate telephone number 0117 934 3331 in the unfortunate case that you are reporting a death for their obituaries section, to provide a local news story or for sports updates.
General Enquiries – 0117 934 3331
Contact The Bristol Post on the following phone number 0117 934 3331 if you would like to place an announcement regarding a marriage or anniversary. Alternatively, you can also use this number to report any recent deaths and subsequently place an obituary in the newspaper. In addition, callers should get in touch to submit a local story to the newspaper, whether in regards to Bristolian crime, changes in council legislation or if they would like to submit photographs to illustrate extreme weather. Furthermore, you can phone The Bristol Post to provide updates on traffic delays or a major accident on the road.
By contrast, you can phone the newspaper to register a complaint if you have been offended by the content of an article or if you believe that they printed a factually-incorrect story. If you keep up with any Bristol sports team but haven’t been able to find the latest fixtures and results online, then you can also contact the newspaper for the relevant information. Finally, local employers should call The Bristol Post to ask how to post a job vacancy so that they advertise to their readership.
Calling Bristol Post
As The Bristol Post uses a contact number with a geographic area code, you will be charged the same fixed per-minute rate as any other local call made from a UK landline or mobile phone. However, if your landline deal includes free calls to local numbers or if your mobile tariff has inclusive free minutes, then you will be able to contact the newspaper for free.
Write to the Newspaper
Bristol Postal Address
You can also contact The Bristol Post in writing, and if you would like to submit a letters, a written obituary, or to request an amendment following a misprint then you can do so using the following postal address: The Bristol Post, Temple Way, Bristol, BS2 0BY, United Kingdom.
Email the News-Desk
Alternatively, you can email a representative from The Bristol Post News-Desk using the following contact address: email@example.com.