Sportsbeat, 247 The Broadway, London, SW19 1SD
Sportsbeat., 111 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2HY
Newsdesk: + 44 (0) 870 445 0156
Training/Admissions/Sun Scholarship: + 44 (0)870 445 0155
Fax: + 44 (0) 870 445 0157
Senior staff emails - click here
All staff emails are the initial of the individuals first name followed by their family name followed by @sportsbeat.co.uk. ie Jane Smith would be email@example.com
For news tips, filing copy and press releases
Journalists filing copy via email should send their work pasted into the body of their email. ALWAYS call our news desk on 0870 445 0156 to make sure ORDERED copy has arrived.
We try to accommodate work experience requests but demand always exceeds supply. To take up a work experience place you must be a minimum of 18 years of age and studying, or have a place to study, at an established journalism course or training provider.
Please email Donna Lincoln - firstname.lastname@example.org
By Train/Tube: We are within a short walking distance of Wimbledon train station (British Rail and District Line tube). Regular services run from Waterloo and Victoria. Regular tram services provide a fast and efficient link to Croydon.
By road: There is meter, on-street and multi-storey parking within walking distance of our office. Our office is just two miles from the A3, providing dual carriageway access to the M25 and national motorway network.
By Air: London Heathrow and London Gatwick are both within easy travelling distance by road and rail.
By train: We are 200 metres from Piccadilly BR station, which has swift links to the North-West, Midlands and South (London Euston is 2hrs 15 mins).
By bus: Piccadilly bus station, serving Manchester suburbs, is 300 metres away.
By tram: The stop at Piccadilly BR station serves the Eccles, Altrincham and Bury lines.
By road: The M60 ring road connects to the M56 (M6) and M62. The main arterial roads heading into the city are the A5103 (Princess Road), A34 (Kingsway) and A62 (Oldham Road). From the Piccadilly Basin car park is off Dale Street, behind the office, and there is limited meter parking adjacent to the office in Lena Street.
By air: Manchester Airport, south of the city, is 20 minutes by train from Piccadilly.
Press Complaints Commission
The Press Complaints Commission is an independent body which deals with complaints from members of the public about the editorial content of newspapers and magazines.
The service to the public is free and aims to be quick and easy. The PCC aims to deal with most complaints in just 35 working days and there is no cost to the people complaining.
All complaints are investigated under the editors' Code of Practice, which binds all national and regional newspapers and magazines. The Code - drawn up by editors themselves - covers the way in which news is gathered and reported. It also provides special protection to particularly vulnerable groups of people such as children, hospital patients and those at risk of discrimination.
The PCC's main aim with any complaint which raises a possible breach of the Code of Practice is always to resolve it as quickly as possible.
As well as dealing with complaints, the PCC deals with a substantial number of calls from members of the public about its service and about its Code. Last year it dealt with approximately 8,550 enquiries by telephone, fax and email.