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Trusted news is more important than ever before – and as our community once again pulls together for a second national lockdown, we want to ensure you can still enjoy the Bishop's Stortford Independent.

Even if you cannot get out to buy the paper, you can still stay connected by reading an electronic edition of the Indie on any digital device.

You can subscribe and read the Indie in full on desktop, tablet and mobile. You will also get access to the IM News app. All for just £4.99 a month – and you get your first month FREE.

The Indie of October 28 (42959076)
The Indie of October 28 (42959076)

The app features all of Indie publisher Iliffe Media's local newspapers, an impressive archive, alongside a range of digital crosswords and sudokus and national headlines from the Press Association.

By subscribing, you'll not only keep up to date with the latest news, you will support the local journalists who work tirelessly to represent you, campaign on local issues and hold those in power to account.

Indie editor Paul Winspear said: "There has never been a greater need for trusted, local journalism and we hope this will make it easier than ever to access it.

The Indie's My First School Friends supplement featured photos of 34 classes at 24 local schools (42959074)
The Indie's My First School Friends supplement featured photos of 34 classes at 24 local schools (42959074)

"Our journalists are continuing to work hard to keep you informed during these difficult times, but we need your support to ensure we are able to continue to serve and fight for our community for years to come.

"By taking out a subscription you'll never miss an edition of your newspaper and help protect local journalism and local jobs."

Subscribing is quick and easy. Simply visit https://www.subsaver.co.uk/ and select IM News.

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