New-Look Newsletters From The People’s Friend Are Here!


Shutterstock / Oleg Elkov © Hands typing on a laptop Pic: Shutterstock

This is not a drill: our new-look The People’s Friend newsletters have arrived!

We apologise for the disruption in your inboxes these last few weeks – we know there’s been a “Friend”-shaped hole in your Tuesdays.

But it’s all with good reason.

What’s so new about The People’s Friend newsletter?

Our digital team has been diligently beavering away behind the scenes to bring you a refreshed newsletter, which is now much more in keeping with the magazine you know and love.

Beginning 25 June 2024, newsletter subscribers will receive a new-look missive from The People’s Friend team, packed with all the latest “mustn’t miss” content from our website.

Top features we’ll regularly include are:

The best part? Receiving this newsletter is completely free. If you aren’t registered, simply scroll down this page and pop your email address into the sign-up box below.

But there’s more!

What’s next for our newsletters?

This relaunch is just the beginning when it comes to newsletters from The People’s Friend.

We recently asked our current subscribers whether they enjoyed reading short fiction in newsletter format, and the response was a resounding “yes”.

So stay tuned for details about more newsletters being added to our digital offering very soon.

More great stories and articles, delivered direct to your inbox, for free – what’s not to love about that?

Leisa Millar

I'm a digital editor with experience of writing and editing for some of the UK's best-known women's lifestyle titles - and I'm delighted to count "The People's Friend" and "My Weekly" among them! A busy mum of three young children, I also host a parenting podcast called The SEN Mums' Career Club.

New-Look Newsletters From The People’s Friend Are Here!

Shutterstock / Oleg Elkov © Hands typing on a laptop Pic: Shutterstock

This is not a drill: our new-look The People’s Friend newsletters have arrived!

We apologise for the disruption in your inboxes these last few weeks – we know there’s been a “Friend”-shaped hole in your Tuesdays.

But it’s all with good reason.

What’s so new about The People’s Friend newsletter?

Our digital team has been diligently beavering away behind the scenes to bring you a refreshed newsletter, which is now much more in keeping with the magazine you know and love.

Beginning 25 June 2024, newsletter subscribers will receive a new-look missive from The People’s Friend team, packed with all the latest “mustn’t miss” content from our website.

Top features we’ll regularly include are:

The best part? Receiving this newsletter is completely free. If you aren’t registered, simply scroll down this page and pop your email address into the sign-up box below.

But there’s more!

What’s next for our newsletters?

This relaunch is just the beginning when it comes to newsletters from The People’s Friend.

We recently asked our current subscribers whether they enjoyed reading short fiction in newsletter format, and the response was a resounding “yes”.

So stay tuned for details about more newsletters being added to our digital offering very soon.

More great stories and articles, delivered direct to your inbox, for free – what’s not to love about that?

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