1. Decide on the length of your campaign

You can advertise essentially for any period, from 1 issue to an ongoing indefinite contract. The length of campaign you choose will affect the discount available starting with a 3 issue commitment. Once again, think about your advertising goals and plan ahead a little. We usually recommend a minimum of a 3 issue campaign so as to build brand awareness in the market place.


2. Decide on the size of your advert

Think about your message and what you need to say. Take a look at the magazine, either in print or online and see what size would suit you. A full list of available advert sizes along with the cost of each can be found in the media kit.


3. Take a note of our deadlines

As the magazine is published bi-monthly, we are able to give clients general schedule guidelines that apply to sales and design. We will need you to reserve your space in the magazine by the 15th of the month previous to publication. If we are producing your advert on your behalf, we will require the content and design brief between the before the 15th in order to create, proof and approve your advert by the print deadline which is usually around the 20th. If you are producing print ready artwork, this can be supplied by the 22nd. (Please note that if these dates fall on a weekend, it is in your best interest to work towards the last working day before the date rather than after). The only exceptions are the December and January editions which are brought forward by several days. Please contact us if you require specific deadlines for these editions.


4. Gather together your material

We have a dedicated Production team who will be your main point of contact for all design queries. When you have your materials together, they can be sent via email to or, and the design process will begin.



Space reservation is generally up to the 15th of the month previous to the month of publication. Copy deadline may vary with artwork format supplied, around the 20th of each month.


Sizes & Specifications

No part of this publication may be reproduced or used without the express permission of the publisher. Every effort is made to ensure that the articles and advertisements that are carried are authentic, however the publisher of Around Saddleworth Magazine accepts no responsibility for claims made.




The Advertiser is solely responsible for supplying suitable copy (including any artwork which way be required to be reproduced appropriate to the printing process) within a reasonable time before the publication date and prior to the copy deadline date. In the event of the Publisher not receiving suitable copy by the copy deadline date the Publisher reserves the right to print either
1 1 The Name, address, telephone number and basic business category details of the Advertiser (if supplied)
or 1.2 other information, artwork or other material relating to the Advertiser, which the Publisher is able to obtain from sources generally available to the public In such circumstances, to the extent that the Advertiser shall own (or shall be deemed to own) intellectual property rights is such information, artistic/literary works or other material, the Advertiser shall be deemed to have granted to the Publisher a perpetual, irrevocable, royally-tree licence to reproduce such works and to exploit such intellectual property rights for the purposes of that particular publication only. The Advertiser in accepting these terms also agrees to indemnify the Publisher against all cost, expenses, damages, fees and penalties which the publisher may incur of suffer an a result of the Publisher's use of such publicly-available material.
or 1.3 A previous advertisement printed on behalf of the Advertiser by the Publisher, and in respect of any case the Publisher will not be responsible for any error or omission arising there from. Effective notice of the copy deadline date will be deemed to have been given by the Publisher by sending written notice thereof by email or personally to the Advertiser at the address on the order form
2 The Publisher reserves the right to include an index to the advertisements in the publication and will not be responsible to any Advertiser for any error or omission there from.
3. The Publisher reserves the right to position the advertisement an it sees fit notwithstanding any preferred position requested by the Advertiser
4 The Publisher does not accept liability for delays in publication. It is hereby agreed that delays in publication will not constitute a breach of this contract,
5. The order form, including these Terms and Conditions, constitutes the contract between the Advertiser and the Publisher and no employee or agent purporting to represent the Publisher has any right to vary the said Terms and Conditions unless confirmation for any special agreement is gives in writing by a Partner of the Company.
6. This contract shall be governed by the laws of England and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
7. AIl artwork provided by the Advertiser to the Publisher shall remain the property of the Advertiser and shall remain at all times at the Advertiser's risk. The Publisher does not accept liability for any damage or loss whilst in its custody nor during transit
8. Acceptance by the publisher of an order form is conditional upon either, , (i) permission being given by the Authority for the advertisement to appear is the publication or (ii) sufficient numbers of Advertisers being obtained to complete the publication if either condition is unfulfilled any monies paid by the Advertiser will be refunded by the Publisher is full and the Publisher shall have no further liability whatsoever
9. I the event that the Advertiser has not discharged all its liabilities to the Publisher arising from any other contract the Advertiser may have with the Publisher or any of fits subsidiaries or associated companies, the Publisher reserves the right not to publish any advertisement on behalf of the Advertiser. Any deposit paid will not be refunded
10. Payment for any advertisement is to be made on receipt of invoice which will be issued by the Publisher on receipt of order.
Mechanical Data.
COPY SUPPLIED FOR AD CREATION. In order for us to create your advertisement please supply all graphical files at a high resolution (300dpi) and large file size. File formats, EPS. Tiff and Jpeg, Pantone references for corporate colours, and a rough layout of how you would like your advert.
COPY SUPPLIED AS COMPLETE ARTWORK In order for us to output your advertisement correctly please supply Acrobat pdf High-res (300dpi) all colours CMYK. Please ensure that all levels are flattened when outputting artwork
NOTE We cannot accept advertisements produced in Microsoft Publisher or Word
COMPETITION NOTE No members of staff, family or friends of any company offering free competitions in this magazine are allowed to enter the relevant competition.

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