What’s Next?


Following on from my recent blog articles, mainly promoting Bishop Auckland, a question has lead to what’s next?

The very simple answer is many things, there are so many different articles to write about in the up and coming days and weeks ahead.

The insights of views and visitors to each blog article posted in recent days is testimont that readers, not only locally, but UK and International wide too, are interested to see and hear more of what Bishop Auckland has to offer.

And Bishop Auckland has lots to tell and share, from the many businesses, and many selfless charities, to the people who go above and beyond to help their community.

Bishop Auckland is a fantastic place to live, and I’m keen to write to highlight and show off our town, to showcase what we have got to attract new visitors in, whilst reminding the community of what is here.

I recently wrote an article called;


I reached out to our community and asked if any businesses or charities would like a ‘free blog article’ written, to help promote their business or charity, to help raise more exposure or attract more visitors into the town.

And further to recent articles with Bishop Auckland Market and Smokehouse, I’ll be following up with articles with these interested parties too;

Rio Bar Cafe

Autumn Leaves Landscaping

Caps Off

Park Head Hotel

Willow Burn Hospice

Smile 4 Claire

Butterwick Hospice

Bishop Auckland and Coundon in Bloom

Alongside many others too.

I want to write and talk about our town and the many delightful walks that are on our doorstep, some that you may not have even realised were there, and others that you may have simply forgot about.

And help and promote any events that are on within Bishop Auckland too.

What’s in it for me, some people will or may ask?

As you can see nothing, I’m passionate about my town, just like you are, I want to see it stabilise, I want to see it grow, I want to see it thrive.

I want to see it progress, I want that buzz to return, I want everyone talking about it.

And the only way we can do that is to continue to promote it, ourselves, and together.

Following on from the blog I wrote about my experience as a volunteer at Kynren.

I once took a blank piece of paper and inside 12 months was a beaten finalist in a National award in London last month.

I know first hand with hard work and belief that anything can be achievable, all the while doing this whilst battling back against depression.

For me, I’ve discovered a passion through writing, it’s a focus for me, and it’s an important part of my life.

And through each article it’s showcasing any future employer exactly what I’m capable of achieving not only for myself but for their business too.

I see this as a win, win scenario, helping to support and promote Bishop Auckland, the town I live in, the town I’m passionate about, whilst continuing to rebuild my life in the process too.

For more information or to get in touch please visit my Facebook page: https://m.facebook.com/andrewcorryblog/

Author: Andrew Corry

Looking for opportunities as a part time freelance writer. All voluntarily work will be considered to help build my portfolio. UK Blogging Awards 2017 Finalist for my Kynren Blog - My Experience. The awards ceremony was held at Westminster, London in April 2017. I currently write for a number of clients based in business, tourism and music related industry's. For all enquiries please contact me at: corry.andrew@sky.com for further details.

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