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Calling all pet lovers
We know our readers are animal lovers with a significant 1.4 million owning pets. Now The Times has launched a new section dedicated to our furry, feathered, scaly friends. Here's your opportunity to show a photograph and say a few words about your favorite pet and what he or she means to you demonstrating their significance in your life.
Closing date is at 3pm Friday 19th June for the next issue (Saturday 20th June) - so book your announcement today.
We are pleased that the engagement of Benedict Cumberbatch to the actress and director Sophie Hunter with a classified advertisement in the Births, Marriages and Deaths columns of The Times on Wednesday November 5 2014 using this Self-Service website.
Announcements has a daily dedicated space for the presentation of births, marriages and deaths and has done so for the last two centuries and is the choice of celebrities, royalty and the man in the street alike.
The Times is the original "Times" newspaper, lending its name to many other papers around the world. The Times announces births, engagements, marriages and memorials each and every day on our dedicated register pages and is the repository of many luminaries’ beginnings, betrothals and bereavements.
Be part of history and posterity by placing your unique and personal announcement in The Times and allow friends and family to share your memories online through your guestbook.
Watch out for celebrity birth notices, querky historic announcements and even miniature mysteries from the nineteenth century published in The Times when you start following our Times Announcements Twitter account
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Over a thousand births, 1100 marriages and 4500 deaths are announced in The Times every year.
According to the British Business Survey (Sept 2011), The Times is the No.1 daily newspaper for business readers and reaches 50% more decision makers than the Financial Times or the Daily Telegraph. The Times won the Business and Finance Newspaper Team of the Year Team Award at the 2011 Press Awards
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