Local businesses and organisations are being invited to tell Congleton about their offer in the new Congleton Town Guide, due out this summer. The guide is being produced by Congleton Town Council in partnership with the producers of Beartown Voice and will provide an easy reference to the town’s attractions, shops, places to eat, stay, things to do, history, useful numbers and community connections.
Congleton Town Mayor, Cllr Margaret Gartside said: “This is a great opportunity for us to promote Congleton, but is only possible with the support of our local businesses. The Town Council partnered with the Beartown Voice Team to produce the 2021 guide, and the new guide promises to be just as good, if not better! The A5 booklet will be a mix of advertorial and editorial packed full of useful information on Congleton. It will be a great opportunity for local businesses, organisations, groups and even schools to raise their profile within the local community all year round. There will be lots of flexible advertising rates, starting at just £125, to suit all budgets for those looking to be a part of the guide.”
Katy O’Regan, Beartown Voice Editor said “We are honoured to be asked to produce the Town Guide with Congleton Town Council again this year. It is a great opportunity to link the community with businesses and other organisations. Congleton is a wonderful thriving town to live and work and the team behind Beartown Voice magazine are proud to be part of it.”
The new Congleton Town Guide will be delivered to 12,500 homes in and around Congleton and delivered to key attractions in neighbouring towns. Copies will be placed in the Congleton Information Centre, Congleton library, new build show homes, estate agents along with key locations around Congleton and surrounding areas. Plus an on-line version will be placed on the town council and Beartown Voice website.
More information is available on the Beartown Voice website, including how to book space, advertising options, artwork guidelines and submission dates. Visit: www.archpublications.com/townguide or contact the Beartown Voice team on: 01477 518252.