Xplode Magazine has grown its readership by 167% over the past 12 months according to the latest readership figures. The new figure is 35,105 compared to 13,128 for the same period last year. This is the largest percentage growth quarter on quarter with an increase of 36% from 25,658 readers for the last quarter of
Thriving teen publication and Bolton’s only charity run by and for young people have received a generous donation from the charity arm of supermarket ASDA. Xplode Magazine Bolton have been awarded just over £4,000 from The ASDA Foundation. The funding will be used to buy new equipment to help cope with the amount of young
An inspirational teenager from Bolton who runs a magazine written for and by young people has been named a Point of Light by Prime Minister David Cameron. Our Managing Director, Saeed Atcha, was just 15 years old when he came up with the idea of publishing a magazine to promote a positive image of young
18 year old Saeed Atcha has been recruited by HRH The Prince of Wales as an #iwill ambassador. #iwill is a campaign aiming to empower more 10-20 year olds to play their part in their communities through meaningful social action. Saeed has been chosen as one of 50 ambassadors whose role is to tell his
Thriving teen publication and Bolton’s only charity run by and for young people have celebrated their 3rd birthday with a present from The Mr Warren Smith J.P. Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester. At the celebration of the charity’s work, the Lord-Lieutenant presented a £3,000 cheque to the Managing Director and Chair of the
For the first time, get an inside look at the people, passion and pressure at Xplode HQ. It’s access all areas as the team prepares to celebrate their third birthday whilst coping with the daily joys and challenges of running a magazine. Also, find out what makes Xplode’s Managing Director, Saeed Atcha tick… And what
Mr Warren Smith J.P. Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester has praised Bolton’s young people for the £98,760.48 worth of time they commit each year to Xplode Magazine Bolton. Xplode is the town’s only charity run by young people, for young people and was founded in 2011 by former Ladybridge High pupil, 18-year-old Saeed Atcha.
Xplode Magazine Bolton, the organisation set up to help Bolton teenagers realise their full potential through thriving teen publication Xplode Magazine has been awarded charity status by the charity commission. Xplode Magazine Bolton, the new CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation) is the town’s only charity run by young people, for young people. The project was set