Get involved in the website

The Messenger website has up-to-date news, archives of stories and extras.

We need your help to manage the website and keep it up-to-date.

If you'd like to get involved with the website, or have something you'd like to see published on-line, then please get in touch.

The website can support content in a number of languages – so if you can write Somali, Arabic, Urdu or any other locally used language, then we'd like you to get involved.

What can you do?

  1. Write a news story – see our guidelines for writing a story.

  2. Send information about activities and events happening locally.

  3. Help us put the Messenger online.

  4. Add content yourself about activities and events you or your group are doing.

  5. Add comments to articles online

How volunteering could help you

Being a volunteer for the Messenger website could increase your skills and job prospects by:

  • Learning how to publish content to the web

  • Giving you experience of managing websites

  • Developing your writing and editing skills

Adding comments

Even if you cannot spare the time to help us manage the website, you can still contribute – sign up for an account with the website and your add comments to articles.

To get involved, please telephone: 0114 242 0564

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