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By Sue Challoner - 21st January 2017 12:49pm
Congratulations to Insight,
Winner of National Church Magazine Awards 2016 in the North West of England Region and Archbishopric of York.
There were over 600 entries, and from these Insight was awarded top place in NW England & York Regions and 14th overall place in the United Kingdom, which is an amazing achievement for our Church Minshull & Acton magazine, and the editorial team none of which are experienced magazine producers
Congratulations to the team — John Headon & Chris Challoner from Church Minshull and Charles & Sue Hull and Ena Furber from Acton also to Sarah, contact at Imprint Colour who greatly helps with layout and advice.
The team says: "This accolade would not have been possible without the talents of the many contributors, thanks also to the distributors who deliver the magazine to every house in the 2 parishes".
Congratulations INSIGHT on a FANTASTIC achievement
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