Chase Magazine

THE December edition of Chase is on the streets – free inside your Rotherham Advertiser this week.

It has a fantastic range of features to keep you entertained over the festive season.

We are still receiving positive comments about the new look magazine, which now reaches more people than ever across the borough, with 20,000 given away with the Rotherham Advertiser  and thousands stocked in pubs, restaurants, shops and beauty salons etc.

All this means, of course, that we are offering better value than ever for our loyal advertisers, who we thank for continuing to support us.

In this issue, as well as our regular beauty, motors, wine, books, gardening and arts articles, we have a feature on the Rotherham member of Britain’s Got Talent finalists the D-Day Darlings, a hynotherapist who says he can help cure your problems and phobias, and an interview with bikini athlete Gemma Hallatt.

There is a birdwatching feature focussing on a top South Yorkshire nature reserve, news about a model railway exhibition, and a story of a couple who are trying to make us eat more healthily through their internet cooking tips.

Plus, there is a vegan recipe for Christmas Day and advice on giving your pets a tasty treat on December 25.

We find out about an arts centre with a mission and meet a comedy writer taking the mickey out of Northern folk.

As usual, we welcome your views and opinions on the magazine.

If you have something you think would make a feature in Chase, get in contact by emailing antony.clay@rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk.

Good reading!