Famed for its swathes of pine forest and gorse bush heathland, the Royal County of Berkshire in the centre of southern England, was the scene of a number of bloody battles during the English civil war. Today it is home to numerous tech companies and, with easy transport links to London, is a popular overnight destination for tourists and business leaders. You can book the whole Berkshire Arts network or mix and match smaller networks.
The county town of Berkshire, Reading sits at the confluence of the River Thames and the River Kennet. Fantastic rail and road connections mean the town is easily accessible from the South West, the North West and of course London.
We have numerous host outlets across the town including the University, leisure centre, theatres and a number of busy cafes and hotels to name a few.
We recommend a print supply of 3000 items for a 4 week campaign on the Reading network.
East Berkshire and Oxfordshire Borders
This network covers the east and north east of the area, stretching from the historic market town of Wokingham to the ancient crossing point at Henley-on-Thames and beyond.
Our display points can be found in any number of Tourist Information centres, libraries, railway stations, hotels and bars.
We usually require a print supply of 1500 items for the East Berkshire and Oxfordshire Borders network.
West Berkshire and Hampshire Borders
This network is centred on the medieval town of Newbury, with its ancient market square and eclectic mix of 17th and 18th century listed buildings, and is home to number of ruined castles and private mansions with open gardens.
The majority of our display points in the area can be found in Tourist Information centres, arts organisations, libraries and lively local pubs.
A print supply of 1500 items is ideal for a 4 week campaign on the West Berkshire and Hampshire Borders network.
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