Boston's Polish newspaper goes into print
Boston's weekly newspaper for residents who have come from Poland has gone into print.
The Boston Express has been available since its inception a few months ago only as an electronic document on the internet via social media sites.
Now the first edition has appeared in print and is available for free every Friday from drop-off points in Boston.
Editor Piotr Ozga has generated revenue to fund printing costs by attracting advertising and thanked Boston-based PAB Translation Centre for translating material submitted in English into Polish.
Since its launch the Boston Express has expanded its area to include news and information from the South Holland area.
Piotr is sticking by his original guiding principle of encouraging those from Poland who have made Boston their home to learn more about the town and about living in England. The Boston Express is produced in Polish so that the people it is intended for can read it. But the news is all about what is happening here.
Piotr said: I think it is important that we know what is happening about where we are now - here in Boston, our home."
The Boston Express is available to pick up for free from Polish shops in Boston and Spalding, Boston Police Station, Boston College, Boston Library and Boston Borough Council's main reception at Municipal Buildings in West Street.
Pictured: Boston Express editor Piotr Ozga with his first printed edition.