Advertising in the Poynton Post printed newspaper version

Advertising options for printed version

Key advertising spots
Examples of sizes and costs

Key advertising sizes:Rates:
Full page (390mm x 276mm)£375.00
Half page (195mm x 276mm)£250.00
Quarter page (195mm x 137mm)£180.00
Display rates£3,00 per column cm

Service offered

Examples of sizes and costs

Services offered:Rates (£4 s.c.c):
3cm x 1 column£12.00
4cm x 1 column£16.00
5cm x 1 column£20.00
3cm x 2 column£24.00
4cm x 2 column£32.00
5cm x 2 column£40.00

Advertising details:

Copy date: 16th of each month
Published: Last week of the month
Cancellations: No cancellations will be accepted after the 20th of each month

Why advertise?

Reach one of the most affluent target groups in Cheshire.

The social classification of the residents in Poynton is ABC1 and is broken down as follows:

A. Professionals such as doctors, lawyers and dentists, chartered architects and engineers. Individuals with a large degree of responsibility such as senior executives and senior managers, higher grade civil servants and higher ranks of the armed services.

B. University lecturers, heads of local government departments, executive officers of the civil service, middle managers, qualified scientists, bank managers, police inspectors and senior ranks of the armed services.

C1. Nurses, technicians, pharmacists, salesmen, publicans, clerical workers , clerical officers within the civil service, police sergeants and constables and senior non commissioned officers within the armed services.

Area profile overview

In this area the most common social group is ABC1. The children living in this area are typically aged between 5 and 19 years and the adults between 40 and 85+ years. Households consist of older and retired singles, couples and families. The population density in Poynton is approximately 63% of the national average. The people living here are in general qualified to a high level and the typical employment type is classified as professional, white and blue collar or self-employed. Unemployment stands at 68% of the national average, and the industry sector is defined as consisting of primary industry, for example agriculture, fishing, mining and forestry, the service industry, for example tourism, retail, transport/distribution and catering or intellectual services, for example IT, scientific research, education and consulting. The number of directors is 3 times the national average.