THE editor of a Yorkshire magazine is retiring after 20 years.
Paul Jackson, the editor of Dalesman magazine, has stepped down after two decades at the head of the publication.
Paul, from Heckmondwike, said he had been making plans for his retirement.
He said: “I will hopefully be spending more time enjoying the great Yorkshire countryside – and improving my photography.
“For me it is the end of a memorable and challenging stint with Dalesman stretching back almost 20 years.”
He said he would continue to edit Dalesman’s national sister magazine The Countryman as a freelance from home.
Paul is succeeded by 34-year-old Adrian Braddy, who is only the sixth editor since the magazine was founded in 1939.