Flyer Online Blog : Felixstowe

Readership verses delivery

Readership verses delivery Last month we talked about checking the number of magazines which are actually being delivered by the publication before you choose to hand your hard-earned money over. We distribute 83500 Flyer magazines each and every month. We also explained what the difference is between the Readership figure quoted and the Distribution figure […]

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The World War I Soldier

World War I Soldier We sailed to Le Harvre in a cattle boat. It’s a wonder we arrived, she could barely float. I was ready for war as I ran down the ramp, For I had been trained for six weeks at camp. We were allocated billets in bits of farm spreadings, Many never saw […]

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Distribute 83500 Flyer magazines

Last month we talked about the areas we cover with our Flyer magazines and how you can pick and choose between all of our titles. This allows you to pick and choose where you advertise and therefore reach different customers from different areas. This month we thought we’d explain a bit more about numbers of […]

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Advertising throughout East Anglia

Advertising throughout East Anglia This is the first of our Tips for Advertisers columns written for you by us here at the Flyer. We thought we’d take the opportunity this month to explain a little more about the services we offer businesses throughout East Anglia. If you are used to reading your own copy of […]

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Print Week features Flyer Press investment

Flyer Press, part of the Flyer Group founded by Adrian Bradshaw from Felixstowe in 1997 have made a further capital investment into the Print side of the business. Flyer Press is managed by MD of Print Jon Trotter. After the recent acquisition of a new van further investment has now been made in order to […]

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Boost for Fairtrade in Suffolk

Fairtrade in Suffolk received a significant boost recently when all the existing Fairtrade towns in Suffolk got together in Bradfield St George, near Bury St Edmunds, and agreed to form a new organisation ‘The Suffolk Association of Fairtrade Towns (SAFT)’. Richard Stainer, who is a member of the Bury St Edmunds steering group, agreed to […]

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Help shape Felixstowe?

In late June Felixstowe Forward held its annual engagement event, an opportunity to review and reflect on achievements and to re-tune aims and objectives in the year ahead.  Thank you to everyone who attended and gave such support. The success in the last year has been the tourism strand of work.  Reviewing the notes of […]

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You are invited to an Oom-pa-formance!

On Monday 27th June from 2.30pm visitors are invited to a FREE performance of the German Youth Orchestra “Lower Saxony”. The orchestra will be visiting from the German Heritage Society and the band hasn’t performed at the Spa since it reopened last November. The Youth Orchestra of Scheeßel was formed in 2003, and has a […]

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West Ward News from the Labour Party

  Consultation on Felixstowe Promenade Cycling There is currently a bylaw which prohibits cycling on the promenade at Felixstowe. However, the ban is not enforced and is often ignored by cyclists. Felixstowe Town Council has asked that Suffolk Coastal District Council remove the signs and allow people to cycle on the promenade. However, before any […]

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