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Published since 2005, a trusted voice for North West Norfolk, providing local news and information for residents and visitors.

12,000 copies printed per month with estimated 20,000 readership per month.

If you would like to stock the Town & Around magazine, call Richard on 01485 540620

NOTE:

For advertisements on the back cover

  • Type area: 180mm x 246mm
  • Bleed: 210mm x 277mm
  • Trim: 200mm wide x 272mm

For centre DPS advertisements:

  • Type area: 380mm x 246mm
  • Bleed: 410mm x 277mm
  • Trim: 400mm x 272mm

Colour Profile

  • Working CMYK ISO newspaper26v4

Preferred Format

High resolution PDF with all fonts embedded and emailed to: editor@townaround.net Please note, if you don't have copy prepared don't panic. If you want a simple text advert I can do it and for adverts that need image/graphics I can put if you in touch with a local graphic designer. Copy date is the 12th of the month preceeding publication. The magazine is delivered on the last Friday in the month preceding cover date and published to the web during the week before delivery.

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COMMUNITY AT ITS BEST

Here's why our readers love the magazines

MEET THE EDITORIAL TEAM

Richard and I worked for multinational companies before running our own business then in 2005 we created this magazine from scratch. We focus our attention on the north-west corner of Norfolk and describe the publication as independent and fair, while others have said we are a ‘trusted voice’. Editing a monthly magazine is a wonderful job; we get to meet interesting people and publish some great stories. Every month brings something new and we are fortunate to have such a loyal band of contributors covering a wide subject matter. We’ve lived in NW Norfolk for 25 years with Richard’s family connections going back centuries, and now our youngest granddaughter goes to school in Hunstanton.

  • Elaine

  • Richard