Magazine Features

  • Positive Role Model on the front cover
  • Community Information
  • Recruitment Sections
  • Classified and Display Advertisements
  • Community Editorial
  • Personal Profiles
  • Cuisine
  • Sport
  • Health
  • Fashion
  • Travel
  • Public and Social    Event Reviews

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Today Magazine was launched on 5th of July 2012 in Reading. The magazine is the brainchild of Keith Seville, millennium award winning publisher, a local businessman, and

community activist.

 

Today Magazine’s mission is to engage diverse communities with employers and service providers in the public, private and voluntary sectors across the Thames Valley. This will be achieved by developing communication strategies and

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publications that can engage communities. The benefit to organisations is to assist them in meeting their duties under equal opportunities legislation. The aim is to promote best practice in regards to equal opportunities, and social inclusion, and to supply information to audiences that organisations want and need to reach.

Target Readership

 

Today Magazine is targeted at diverse communities; some of the different sectors are underrepresented groups such as:

  • People of differing beliefs
  • People with disabilities
  • Black and minority ethnic communities (BME)
  • Those not in education, employment or training (NEET).

Approximate readership: 30,000

Magazine Features:

Community Groups:

Bredrin Filmworks

Positive Strides

Project Postcode

Hug Radio

Reading Voluntary Action

Graft Thames Valley

Apollo Club

Wrightchoice

2Heavy Productions

Utilivu Women's Group

REBS

Berkshire Community Foundation

Children 1st West Reading

ABC to read

Amirah Foundation

CIRWC

Berkshire Women's Aid


Book Reviews:

 

"They Call Me"

"The Tipping Point"


 

Profiles:

 

Winston Ellis
Faith Brown
Michael Sprott
Polly Falconer
Louise Chandler
Rudolph Walker OBE
Tamuka Muchapondwa
Ade Adepitan MBE

Nadia Shepherd

Mel Stevens

 

Sport:

 

Jamaica - London 2012

Grenada and Bahamas - First gold for the Caribbean Islands

 

Fashion:

 

Precious Kerr

Damson Belle


Education:

 

Education & Black Boys

Features:

 

Apprenticeships

NVQs
Nesta Care
Equality and Human Rights Commission
Asian Women of Achievement Awards
Cultural Village - Trinidad and Tobago
Twinning Reading with Speightstown
Windrush
Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago - Celebrating 50 years of independence

Against All Odds

The Making of RG1

 

Music:


Mish Da Fyah Sis


Art:

 

Love Sax and All That Jazz

 

Travel:

Holidaying at Home
Edinburgh

Trinidad Carnival 2013

Cuisine:

Tutu's Ethiopian Table
Perry's Caribbean Cuisine

Eddy's Ventures

Health:

Depression
Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia
Diabetes

Stroke

Healthwatch Reading

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