Sir Ray Tindle steps down as company chairman aged 90 and declares: ‘Local news will live forever’

Sir Ray Tindle has handed over control of the newspaper company he started 70 years ago to his son Owen. Tindle started the company with £300 demob money given to him after serving in Word War Two. Be built it up to the UK’s tenth largest local newspaper publisher with 220 titles. In recent years … Continue reading “Sir Ray Tindle steps down as company chairman aged 90 and declares: ‘Local news will live forever'”