Keith Seville

Associate Editor:

Shirley Anstis

Features Editor:

Mehrunissa Khan

Graphic Design:

Today Magazine

Design Consultant:

Raj KC

Marketing Assistant:

Survat Mahmood


Shanice Medford


Admin Assistant:

Alexandra Gittens

Horoscope Illustration:

Mark Chandler

Publisher - Keith Seville

Millennium Award Winner 2002


Keith Seville has been involved in publishing since the year 2000; he has also been active in health and social care for over 20 years, starting with Seville Lodge, a residential care home in Winnersh, Wokingham in the 1980’s.

In June 2012 Keith launched ‘Today Magazine’. Keith previously published ‘Urban News’ magazine for 5 years, which began in 2000. Keith is a trained mentor, a former Court Welfare Officer, has a postgraduate Certificate in delivering learning, a postgraduate Certificate in Management Studies and is a Common Purpose graduate.

Image description

Keith’s appointments have included Business Link Champion (Berkshire and Wiltshire), Member Berkshire Social Enterprise Network, Chair Wokingham Borough Council BME Forum, Chair Reading Refocus (mentoring organisation), Vice-Chair Slough Leadership Challenge, Contributor to the Community Relations training for Police Officers at Bramshill, Sulhamstead and Harrogate Police Training Colleges, Berkshire Learning and Skills Council Strategic Area Review Advisory Group and Next Step (CfBT) Advice and Guidance Strategic Advisory Group.

In 2002 Keith won a Millennium award for his community magazine ‘Urban News’.

Associate Editor - Shirley Anstis



Shirley was a trainee accountant with Deloitte, before she re-qualified as a careers advisor. She advised and guided many young people through their choices of careers, courses, apprenticeships, jobs, college, 6th form and university. As a careers advisor she co-authored (with CfBT and University of Kent at Canterbury) the first Muslim Girls Careers Pack, which won an award for social inclusion from the Institute of Careers Guidance. She has also completed a study of the success factors affecting black boys in education in the UK.

Image description

Since then, Shirley has qualified as a counsellor, and when not working for Today Magazine, runs her own counselling practice. She has also written two books – ‘An A-Z for your life’ (described as “inspiring and challenging” by a former HR director of Barclays Bank) and ‘They Call Me ...’, in which she looks at the culture and effect of nicknames on the Caribbean island of Grenada. She sits on the Grenada High Commission's Diaspora Consultative Committee based in the UK.


Shirley has a Diploma in Counselling, a BSc in Psychology and Sociology, an MA in Careers Guidance and is a member of the BACP and NUJ.

You can follow her on twitter @shirleyanstis