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As the deadline beckons . . .

This may be the 150th-anniversary edition, but there's still a paper to get to press, as there has been for the past 7800 weeks, more or less. This is what the Church Times office looks like these days

Pressing issues: members of the production department put the copy on the page  -  Faith Buck (left), Abi Renshaw (second from right), with the deputy editor Rachel Boulding

Credit: ED THORNTON

Deputy editor Glyn Paflin, and proofreader Serenhedd James

Credit: ED THORNTON

News editor Helen Saxbee with Rachel Boulding

Credit: ED THORNTON

The features editor Malcolm Doney (left) with Sue Chisholm, the sub-editor

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

The Church Times cartoonist Dave Walker (left) and the deputy news editor Ed Thornton take a break

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

A reporter, Madeleine Davies

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

The Church Times office in Golden Lane

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

Anna Lawrence (left), the  advertising manager, Stephen Dutton (centre), and Sue Keighley, sell advertising space

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

Church Times news reporters Ed Thornton and Madeleine Davies

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

Features editor Malcolm Doney

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

Sub-editor Sue Chisolm

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

Books editor Sally Fraser

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

Cartoonist and web editor Dave Walker

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

Production manager Brian Minter at work

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

More tea: cartoonist and web editor Dave Walker (left), deputy news editor Ed Thornton (centre), and features editor Malcolm Doney (right) chat during a tea break

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD

Advertising manager Stephen Dutton

Credit: GEOFF CRAWFORD
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