The Barry Advertiser is the oldest family run printers in Barry. It was started by Messrs Dure and Radcliffe in the early 20's as a small newsletter for the "Fur and Fancy" members. It then changed into "The Barry Advertiser" which was a free newspaper advertising businesses in the town. This continued until the early 30's when it's formatted change to a four page paper quarto fold still carrying adverts but very little news. A clever play on words ensues and it was then renamed "What's on in Barry" after the street in which it was situated. At one time over 5000 papers were delivered by hand every week. Over the years the company has upgraded it's printing processes from letterpress to lithography and now combines lithographic and digital printing.
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