Publisher – Jill Rayner

Jill Rayner is a spinach lover extremely fond of Northern Soul. She now lives in Kingston Bagpuize but, as she constantly reminds us, is originally from Sheffield.

jill@fyne.co.uk

 

Sales – Tanya Nunn

Tanya Nunn has been with Fyne Times since its launch in 2001. She has seen much positive change for the LGBT community in that time and hopes to help achieve all the work that still has to be done.

tanya@fyne.co.uk

 

Features editor – Sam Bennett

Sam Bennett is a seasoned theatre expert and below average cricket player living in Oxford. He once played Friar Tuck in Robin Hood.

sam@fyne.co.uk

 

Features writer – Toby Hambly

Toby Hambly is a fan not only of piña coladas, but also of getting caught in the rain. An ex-publican and pizzaiuolo, you can find him wailing at Sandy’s Piano Bar on Sunday nights.

tobyh@fyne.co.uk

 

Features writer – Jack Rayner

Jack Rayner is a culture journalist and effete food fanatic with an unhealthy obsession with industrial techno. He can usually be found prowling metropolitan areas in search of culinary and auditory flavours.

jack@fyne.co.uk

 

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