Surrey Ad photocallThe Surrey Advertiser is a newspaper for Surrey, established in 1864 and gradually evolved into the Surrey Advertiser Group of seven more localised titles. Guardian Media Group sold the Group to current owner Trinity Mirror in 2010. The head office is in Stoke Mill, Guildford.

The Surrey Advertiser, Herald (various locality editions) and Guardian series have the highest local paper circulation in Surrey. The Group is collectively branded also as the Get Surrey group, particularly its web presence.

Surrey Advertiser

The primary newspaper is the weekly Surrey Advertiser itself with seven regional versions (Guildford, Cranleigh, Godalming, Woking, Elmbridge, Leatherhead, and Dorking). The group also produces other, more local, series including the Aldershot News & Mail series.

Surrey Herald

The more localised series covers the less rurally buffered north of the county and its titles are:
Surrey Herald: Walton and Weybridge; Sunbury and Shepperton; Staines, Ashford & Egham; Chertsey & Addlestone editions.

Surrey Times Series

Surrey Times currently refers to three newspapers: the Guildford Times, Godalming Times, and the Cranleigh Times. The papers, established in 1855 and now published and printed by Surrey & Berkshire Media Ltd, are distributed free to local residents, with a verified free distribution over thirty-two thousand copies.

Get Surrey Website

In 2008 the Surrey Advertiser group of Trinity Mirror Group launched its website: Get Surrey which is also used to describe the Group succinctly and its jobs site GetTheJob.

Visit: Get Surrey

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