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Press Release – Finding A Purpose With The Purpose Driven Life

Tech Write were asked to produce a press release for the Christian Outreach Centre in Heybridge which publicised a forthcoming course they were running, and which would be circulated to local newspapers such as the Maldon and Burnham Standard and Essex Chronicle. The press release was written to provide details of both the course content and the dates and times at which it runs so that editors could use the release to generate both a news story and populate their own local events diaries.
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Finding A Purpose With The Purpose Driven Life

Local Heybridge Church begins a 5 week investigation into the purpose of life.

Christian Outreach Centre Church are pleased to invite anyone interested in discovering the reason and purpose behind their life to come and join them as they look into the issu...
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Press Release – Minibus Stolen from Heybridge Church

Following the theft of their minibus, Christian Outreach Centre Heybridge approached Tech Write UK to write a press release with a view to generating some publicity in the hope of prompting a response from the public who may have witnessed the crime. The press release was circulated to Essex-based media outlets where it was then picked up by two local newspapers who wanted to cover the story in more detail. The text of the press release follows below

Minibus Stolen from Heybridge Church

Theft of minibus from church deprives the local community of Heybridge

Local church Christian Outreach Centre Heybridge is reeling from the shock of losing their newly acquired community minibus to thieves...

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Press Release – Last Meeting At Maldon Friary for COC Heybridge

After eight years, Christian Outreach Centre Heybridge and Maldon will be leaving their Sunday morning base at the Friary and returning to their church building in Heybridge. A generous gift of land has allowed COC Heybridge to expand their parking at the building on Broad Street Green and the decision has therefore been taken to move all services back to the building.

Said Pastor Ted Mint, “The Friary has served us well as a meeting venue for the past eight years but we feel the time has come to return to our building in Heybridge. The recent gift of land has allowed us to secure the Heybridge property making it safer for all the members of our church as well as providing scope to increase the buildings and services we offer to our local community...

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