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To get your event considered for inclusion on SoGlos, please provide the information required on the request an event listing page. Also see SoGlos’s event listing guidelines. If you encounter any problems submitting your event listings via the form, please email information directly through to email@example.com
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We are sadly unable to accommodate students for work experience placements, but are running an ongoing internship programme. Please see SoGlos journalism internship open for applications for details.
For any queries which aren’t addressed above, please email email@example.com.
You can reach the SoGlos team by telephone, Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, on Cheltenham (01242) 210330. Please do leave a message if we miss your call.
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