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Drum roll please: introducing our new Local Site of the Week!

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SarahMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 17-May-13 12:32:33

As many of you will know, Mumsnet Local has been going for a while now and many of the sites - particularly those with Local Editors looking after them - are now brilliant hubs for their local communities, offering information, advice and friendship.

So, in celebration of all the great work going into them - and all the fantastic advice and information they provide - we thought we'd draw your attention to some of the brightest and busiest sites around the country via a weekly Q&A with a local editor and her site users. First up is Selena, editor of Mumsnet Bristol, who this week points out the best that her city has to offer, from vintage clothes shops to art galleries and - crucially -"incredible monkfish".

Take a look and, as this week's our first go wink, please let us know if there are any other questions you'd like us to put to the Local Eds - as a local, or as a visitor, what's the most important piece of information about an area from your pov?

Oh, and if you'd like to become a Local Editor yourself, email local@mumsnet.com with 'local editor role' in the subject field, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

thanks!
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Tee2072 Fri 17-May-13 13:07:21

YAYAYA LOCAL!

And Bristol. grin

SacreBlue Sat 18-May-13 09:07:44

Getting MNers to review and post about their patch is a great idea not just for others in the area but for folks visiting too

How often do you go somewhere and wish you had a bit more of an idea as to what was on offer - secret gems the locals know about but that aren't in the tourist guides? Even just a playgroup to go to if the weather's a bit of a wash out or you have an only child and would like them to get a play with other kids.

KelleStar Sat 18-May-13 13:38:13

Sacreblue that is it, reviews really do help! We are local to Bristol but recently had a day at all the free museums/tourist attractions and there really is so much to do and see.

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