The Bugle is a newspaper in France with a local feel, containing a good mix of news and events, light hearted stories and discussions on more serious topics. The Bugle’s aim is to bring French news to the English speaking community, with an emphasis on local news stories affecting Creuse, Haute-Vienne and the surrounding areas.
Aside from the news, each month there are articles on living in France, What’s On listings, practical advice, contributions from regular columnists and a centre-page, in-depth feature article.
The newspaper has 2 editions: Limousin and Dordogne
The Bugle Limousin covers an area from Brive to Montluçon to Châteauroux to Poitiers to Angoulême with the largest cities inside that circle being Limoges and Guéret.
The Bugle Dordogne covers an area from Bordeaux to Marmande to Cahors to Brive to Angouleme, with the largest cities inside that circle being Bergerac and Périgueux.
The papers are free to pick up and are placed at 500 targeted distribution points (including 3,500 copies at Limoges airport and 2,500 copies at Bergerac airport). The copies are hand-delivered to all distribution points each month, which means.
The Bugle also has 2,000 electronic and postal subscribers.