Publisher – Jill Rayner

Age Still in her 40@s albeit only just.

Launched Fyne Times 11 years ago.

Lives in rural Oxfordshire with 2 Cairn Terriers and her 18 year old, Jack.

Likes- Sunsets, sunshine and  positive people.

Dislikes- grey weather, going grey, text speak(lol)

 

Sales – Tanya Nunn

Age 43

Working in Diversity press for over 11 years . One Son – James Lives in the attics of the spookiest old manor house in the darkest depths
of Oxfordshire. Animals……….none of my own but I share the house with 2 cats and three
dogs oh and a LLama :(
Likes – Many things but a real fire, glass good red wine and a good
historical novel.
Dislikes – Rudeness, sarcasm, and fishermen’s friends.

 

Deputy Editor – Natalie Thorne

Age 33

Worked in local and LGBT Media since 2001.  Splits her time living in a small village with two lovely cats or on a boat in London with her partner.

 Likes – Cycling and pizza (luckily doing both means she keeps relatively slim!)

Dislikes – Olives, goats (no, really, illogical but true, she hates goats!)

 

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