FOREST ROW LOCAL
COMMUNITY MAGAZINE

Serving the Forest Row Community
and local Business for over 10 years

 

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Barker and Frank
Bespoke Care Company
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JG Theatre Club
Mr Computing
D and S Mugridge
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Upcoming Deadline Dates

February Edition = 10th January
March Edition = 7th February
April Edition = 13th March
May Edition = 10th April
June Edition = 8th May

Advertising with us makes a difference to your local business

FOCUSED DISTRIBUTION

4,000 full colour glossy magazines are distributed door to door and through drop of points to residents of Forest Row and surrounding areas.

AD RECALL 70% HIGHER

If asked to recall a brand or company name people are 70% more likely to remember a print ad than a digital advert.

82% TRUST IN PRINT

When making a purchasing decision consumers trust print 82% over Search engine ads 61% or social media ads 43%.

A combination of print and digital marketing can improve a campaigns return on investment from 20 - 400%

Being a trusted part of the community for over 12 years, Forest Row Local can help your brand stand out. Your advertising also helps support small organisations and charities to get their message out, enabling them to provide help and assistance in the local community of Forest Row and surrounding villages.

 

Don't just take our word for it

Ashdown Park Hotel

“We have advertised with Forest Row Local for a number of years. Their customer service is second to none and the publication is an ideal way for us to engage with the local community.”

The Handyman

“I do a lot of business in Forest Row and the bulk of that business comes from customers who have seen my advert in Forest Row Local. I think most customers would prefer to deal with local tradesmen and Forest Row Local raises my profile with those customers”

Monica Brown

Chair. Forest Row Youth & Community Co Ltd

“As FRYACC & the charity ‘VENUe on The Green’ are in the process of closing down, their purpose fulfilled, can I just take this moment to thank you all for your support in giving us free publicity over the past 9 years. We started from nothing and no one knew us. It was the first introductory article you printed which made residents here aware that something new was about to begin and many readers over the years have told me how much they have appreciated the update of information along the way. Your little publication has been key to our success. Thank you!”

Objet D'art

“Being Picture Framers we cover a wide area with our service. Since advertising in Forest Row Local we have attracted numerous new customers from those areas, contributing to the continuing success of our business.”

Cat's Protection

Cats Protection has worked with Forest Row Local Community Magazine for some years now , as we are located so close to Forest Row, it’s really nice to be involved with the local community and to keep the residents informed of everything that is happening at the NCAC.

Helin Restaurant

“We have been advertising in Forest Row Local for over a year – even before we opened – and have had many customers who saw our adverts and booked to dine with us.  FRL has been a great help. Thank you.”

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By Forest Row Local | 04/02/2020

THE BIG QUIZ by Crowborough Lions RETURNS on Saturday 14 March Crowborough Community Centre at 7:30pm (doors open 6:30pm) Team Prizes 1st £125, 2nd £75, 3rd £25 maximum 8 per team table £9.00 per head and includes table nibbles & Licensed Bar Advance ticket sales only Available from: Frank Lees 01892 654196 email: frank.lees@btinternet.com Net…

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By Forest Row Local | 04/02/2020

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By Forest Row Local | 04/02/2020

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By Forest Row Local | 04/02/2020

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The Clumps Walk 2020

By Forest Row Local | 04/02/2020

We are inviting families, residents, companies and community groups to join us on Easter Saturday (11th April 2020) for the revival of the iconic Ashdown Forest Clumps Walk to raise funds for The Ashdown Forest Foundation.   The walk is a beautiful fourteen-mile circular route visiting 11 of the existing 12 Clumps on the Forest.  It will take most people over 6 hours to complete. A…

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By Forest Row Local | 04/02/2020

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