Sunderland Echo retro: How to join our exciting nostalgia community and sign up to Wearside Echoes newsletters

Are you ready for an exciting new way to read all about Wearside’s past?

Friday, 13th May 2022, 11:20 am

Sign up to our Wearside Echoes Newsletters. A monthly round-up of our retro best bits

Thousands of people are already enjoying the Sunderland Echo's outstanding nostalgia coverage.

You can, too, and now it comes with a new twist!

I am Chris Cordner, the Echo’s nostalgia writer. I love looking at the area’s rich and varied history and I can't wait to start a conversation and share some memories with you.

Sign up to our Wearside Echoes Newsletters. A monthly round-up of our retro best bits

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So, why not keep up to date with our retro coverage of clubs, pubs, schools, and major Wearside events of the past online.

As well as becoming a member of our Wearside Echoes Facebook group here, you can sign up to receive our brand new email newsletter, which will give you updates on the latest archive coverage coming your way.

This exciting new feature will launch with our first bulletin on Thursday, June 9 – and we’d love you to sign up and become part of the fun!

Join our nostalgia specialist Chris Cordner for a regular look back on the news, people and places which made the Wearside headlines in years gone by.

So get ready for a trip down memory lane with throwback features, pictures from the Echo archive and special reminders of those big days from our city’s past.

How to sign up for our Wearside Echoes newsletter

We would love to share more memories with you and our new retro newsletter is a great way to do that!

It's free of charge for you to sign up and you can look forward to a monthly round-up of nostalgia highlights, dropping directly into your inbox for you to digest with a cuppa.

The Sunderland Echo's nostalgia specialist Chris Cordner.

Simply click here to visit our website and tick the box for 'Wearside Echoes', as well as entering your email address so we know where to send it.

Whether it's football or factories, pubs or clubs, we have memories of it all in our Sunderland Echo nostalgia coverage.