Chester Evening Leader

Chester Evening Leader

The Chester Evening Leader was launched in 1973 as Chester, England's first daily newspaper. It initially began as the Wrexham Evening Leader, which also later spawned the Flint and North Wales Coast editions.

The newspaper is owned by NWN Media.

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