From the next issue, the Pure Buxton and Pure Peak magazine titles are to be merged under the Peak banner, although with the blue of the Buxton magazine. The magazine will feature a dedicated Buxton editorial section included alongside the contents from the wider area.
Previous distribution arrangements will continue, and therefore advertisers will benefit from a much larger circulation area and print run – up from 10,000 copies to at least 16,000 initially – for the same cost.
“We believe that the expanded publication will help our clients to promote their businesses to best effect during today’s challenging trading conditions” says editor, Steve Caddy.
Pure Peak will be published five times a year, as a seasonal quarterly with an additional festivals issue in July to cover the Buxton International Festival, Fringe Festival and other events across the Peak. As there are no physical festivals this year, the next publication will be the autumn issue, published on August 21.
Door-to-door deliveries will continue to be made to 7,000 upper tax band homes across Buxton & the High Peak, Hope Valley, Bakewell & the Derbyshire Dales.
The remaining copies will be available from a wide network of outlets throughout the area, as well as parts of Sheffield & Chesterfield. Locations include restaurants, pubs and hotels, supermarkets, Chatsworth Farm Shop, tourist information centres, camping & caravanning sites.
Although the print and distribution costs will rise significantly, they are not passing on any increases to their advertisers – the rates remain unchanged.
To submit news or views for inclusion in the next issue, please contact editor, Steve Caddy, on (01298) 442013 or 07951 399995 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To advertise or promote your business, please contact email@example.com.
The email for the events listing is still firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, please visit www.purepeak.co.uk.