The Merrow Pages provides a valuable local service to advertisers and residents alike. It is delivered to over 5,000 homes in the Merrow area every month, and is also available online.

You can promote your business, club, organisation or event for as little as £20 per month. A full page ad costs £130 per month - which is still significantly less than printing and distributing 5,000 leaflets of your own. The free listing of community clubs and events also encourages people to keep the latest version as a reference for the whole month, rather than consigning it to the bin the minute it lands on their doormat!

We can also provide a graphic design service to give your advert a professional feel - see prices below.

Rate Card (we are not VAT registered so the price you see is the price you pay)

1 month 3 months
(save 10%)
6 months
(save 15%)
Advert Design
Merrow Mini £20 £54 £102 n/a
Quarter page
(approx
64mm X 95mm)
£39 £106 £199 £25
Half page
(approx
132mm x 95mm)
£70 £189 £357 £35
Full page
(approx
132mm x 190mm)
£130 £351 £663 £45

Premium pages are the inside front and inside back cover, back cover and centre pages. They incur an additional cost of +30%.

Note: In order to qualify for the discounts above, we require advertisers to book and pay in advance.

For more information about advertising in The Merrow Pages, please contact us or go to the artwork page.

 

 

There is strong evidence to suggest that local services are preferred by the majority of the UK population

There is no better or more cost effective way to get your sales message across to the community

Local area directories really do work

The Merrow Pages is printed to the highest quality and delivered to over 5000 homes and businesses every month

Our rates represent a fraction of the cost of printing and distributing a leaflet of your own

Local directories have a high retention value so people can respond to your advert long after it is placed, making it far more effective than newspaper advertising

The Merrow Pages supports and promotes a localised economy