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Bury st Edmunds

The Bury Flyer is the monthly magazines for Bury St Edmunds. The Bury Flyer is delivered door to door to homes and businesses in Bury St Edmunds.

Many other magazines are pick up only. Pick up magazines have a very low readership and are very cheap to print. The Bury Flyer is mass distribution and when it is delivered through the door people like to flick through it. You are much more likely to get a response to your advertising by choosing The Bury Flyer. It is delivered to the IP28 – 33 post code areas and many of the neighbouring villages.

With a population of over 40,000 Bury St Edmunds is a very significant town. The town boasts a whole host of stunning architecture and is steeped in history. Many word famous brands including Green King are based in Bury St Edmunds. The medieval street plan is a joy to explore. Bustling with cafes and tea shops and a wide range of retail offerings Bury St Edmunds attracts visitors from all over the country.

Bury St Edmunds  claims to have one of the smallest public houses in England, The Nutshell and the arts are very well represented here with the stunning Apex Centre.

Bury St Edmunds  has a great demographic for your business, there are so many affluent areas with very high standards of housing and a stunning collection of historic buildings including the world famous Bury St Edmunds Cathedral. A church has been recorded standing on this site since at least 1065. The Cathedral is a magnate for tourists and the stunning Abbey Gardens are a floral focal point.

The Bury flyer has a very reliable distribution and is a real asset to the town. The monthly magazine is bright and colourful and is an outlet for many of the local community groups to promote their clubs and societies.

To learn more about advertising opportunities in the Bury Flyer or any of our other monthly magazines please click on the contact button above.


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