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The Bulletin moves to central Brussels: here's our new address
After almost 12 years on an industrial estate on the outskirts of the city, The Bulletin has this week moved into new offices in the heart of Brussels.
The team at Ackroyd Publications - which publishes The Bulletin, Flanders Today, WAB and Expat Time - settled on Monday morning into a new home on the top floor of Central Gate, the former Shell Building next to Brussels-Central station, with panoramic views over the capital.
We'll be sharing our new home with De Standaard, one of Belgium's leading daily newspapers, which has returned to central Brussels after 40 years in Groot-Bijgaarden.
The move will make it easier for us to get out and about in Brussels, attend events, meet interviewees and advertisers - and get closer to our community of readers.
Monique Ackroyd launched her eight-page newsletter The Bulletin in 1962 from the basement of her home in Uccle.
The magazine has been published from offices on Avenue Louise and in Uccle before moving to Groot-Bijgaarden in late 2008 when Flemish publishing company Corelio (now Mediahuis) bought Ackroyd Publications.
Here is our new postal address:
Below: Ackroyd Publications journalists Paul McNally, Sarah Crew, Sally Tipper and Lisa Bradshaw on a windy rooftop terrace