Life in the Church Times office

On Wednesdays and Thursdays I work in London as the web editor of the Church Times newspaper. In today’s 150th anniversary issue (see yesterday’s post) there is, amongst lots of other things, a selection of pictures showing us doing what we do. To be honest it is mainly people sitting and looking at computers, as in most offices. That said there is the odd tea break and passing of pieces of paper from one person to another, as you will see if you look at the online slideshow, which includes some extra photos not included in the paper. Amongst these additional pictures is one of the web editor looking terribly apprehensive (image 15 of 18). Oh dear.

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2 thoughts on “Life in the Church Times office

  1. Slide 15 seems to show the adverse effect of taking a cup
    of tea away from you. I shall be writing to the editor demanding
    you have an inexhaustable supply:-)

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