The Cotswolds, in the West of England, is highly popular with tourists and a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Our networks in this area range across the rolling Cotswold Hills, stretching to Cheltenham Spa in the west, and South Warwickshire in the North East.
This elegant regency town in the north west of the region is famous for its medicinal waters and festivals which take place throughout the year.
The majority of our display points can be found in classic hotels, scrumptious eateries and local libraries providing significant coverage across the town and surrounding countrysde.
We recommend 3000 print items for a 4 week campaign on the Cheltenham Spa network.
South Gloucestershire and South Cotswolds
On the doorstep of Bristol and Bath, bordered by the River Severn to the west and stretching into the rolling Cotswold Hills to the north and east, this area is notable for its medieval market towns and chocolate box villages, and is home to a diverse range of attractions.
The majority of our display points in the area can be found in ancient village pubs, friendly local tea shops, quaint hotels and B&Bs, libraries and Tourist Information Centres.
We typically ask for a supply of 1500 print items for a 4 week run on the South Gloucestershire and South Cotswolds network.
North Gloucestershire and North Cotswolds
Centred on the quintessential Cotswold market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, this network enjoys a unique position as something of a tourist mecca for central England.
Making the most of its prime location, high quality hotels, chocolate box B&Bs, Tourist Information Centres and restaurants offering locally produced meats and cheeses are plentiful, and are where the majority of our display points are to be found in the region.
Usually we recommend a supply of 1500 print items for a 4 week campaign on the North Gloucestershire and North Cotswolds network.
North Cotswolds and South Warwickshire
This network stretches north to Stratford-Upon-Avon, a medieval market town and the world-famous birthplace and home of “The Bard”, British playwright William Shakespeare.
With visitors numbering around 2.5 million each year, our displays are well situated in the numerous busy hotels, pubs, Tourist Information centres and libraries in the area.
A supply of 1500 print items is ideal for a 4 week campaign on the North Cotswolds and South Warwickshire network.
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