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Advertising

Sonning Common Magazine welcomes enquiries from potential advertisers and can provide advert placements in a range of format sizes and prices. Discounts are available for advance payment on six issue placements.

Advertising correspondence address 

50 Kennylands Road, Sonning Common, Oxfordshire, RG4 9JT
Email: advert.sonningcommonmagazine@gmail.com

Tel: 0118 972 2381 Mob: 07794 291 776

Advertising Formats and Rates

Page size
Width mm
Height mm
Single issue
Six issues
Six issues (back page/ ins front cover)
1/16
85
31.5
£27
£130
-
1/8
85
67.5
£43
£206
£216
1/4 landscape
176.5
67.5
£80
£384
£403
1/4 portrait
85
139.5
£80
£384
£403
1/2
176.5
135
£150
£720
£756
Full
194.5
281.5
£310
£1488
£1562

New adverts can either:

  • be supplied in ‘print ready’ format i.e. a high resolution (300 dpi) jpeg or pdf file of the required size. When supplying a pdf file all fonts should be converted to outline. Please note that experience has shown that a scanned file/image is not of high enough quality to meet our print requirement, or

  • we can produce a basic two colour, text only, boxed advert up to ¼ page from text provided at no charge, or

  • advertisers can use the services of the magazine’s professional designer using text/ideas/images/logos provided for a one-off cost based on the work required.

 

The 2023 advertising deadlines for ‘print ready artwork’ are as below:

  • Wednesday 1 March 2023 for April/May Issue

  • Tuesday 2 May 2023 for June/July issue

  • Monday 3 July 2023 for the August/September issue

  • Friday 1 September 2023 for the October/November issue

  • Wednesday 1 November 2023 for the December/January issue

 

However, earlier notification to reserve the appropriate advertising space is recommended in case the advertising page quota for any issue is exceeded.

 

General Information

The Sonning Common Magazine is run as a ‘not-for-profit’, community publication by a team of volunteers. It is published bi-monthly (six issues per year) and distributed free of charge to 2,200 households in the Sonning Common area. View current issue.

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