Are you a Devizes Community Area reporter?

12th June 2019, 8:32am | By andrewjack |

We have hundreds of community reporters across the county – people and organisations who use Our Community Matters (OCM) to post their news, events and volunteering opportunities. We’d like more local people to join in the Devizes Community Area, to make use of this great communication tool. OCM and its associated social media channels generate 4.3m views a year, helping you promote your message to a huge audience.

Our Community Engagement Team have done all the hard work for you. Simply register at Our Community Matters and start posting your items to the part of Wiltshire that you live/work. Your content will then appear on the local OCM site, Community Engagement Managers’ Twitter feed and will also be included in our weekly newsletter sent to around 7000 subscribers. You post once and we post it everywhere! It couldn’t be easier. Post about news, events and volunteering from your community group, project, or organisation.

Our community reporters are the magic ingredient that sets OCM apart from other community websites, so why not get involved. It’s simple, fun and it will get your information out there for all to see.

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