Getting stuff published in the magazine...
Submitting articles for publication in The Bridge magazine
Please submit your articles by email if at all possible — don't worry if you can't, just write it out (legibly!) and drop it off at either Acres Supply (Corsley) or Barters Plant Centre (Chapmanslade). If you're submitting a Microsoft Word file, please save it as a .doc and NOT .docx as I sometimes have trouble opening them! If you have pictures to accompany your article, please send them as separate attachments in your email (i.e. not embedded in your MS Word file as it's very time consuming to get them out again!).
Advertising in The Bridge magazine
News, reports, updates, thank you's, etc, from individuals or local organisations are free – the more the merrier – keep 'em coming!
Local organisation adverts
For churches, playgroups, clubs, etc., who are advertising events the fee is £2.50 per month for a boxed advert — space allotted for events/adverts is always dependent on availability at the time.
Full page adverts
Full page adverts are subject to availability and cost £8.
Small ads (they are always on the last page)
Small ads are £1 PER ITEM.
All monies must be at one of the two drop-off locations (Barters Plant Centre or Acres Supply Garden Centre) by 4pm on the 19th of the month. NO CASH, NO ADVERT!
Annual trade advertisements — fees for 12 issues, when space becomes available
1 space (69mm wide x 33mm high) £24
2 spaces (69mm wide x 66mm high) £47
3 spaces (quarter page - 69mm wide x 100mm high) £68
4 spaces (138mm wide x 66mm high) £85
6 spaces (half page - 138mm wide x 100mm high) £120
Trade advertisement material should be supplied in print-ready format, to the chosen
standard size and correct shape.
For trade advertising enquiries only, please email David James (Trade advert coordinator/Treasurer) or phone him on 01373 832443.
Problems with delivery?
If you're having problems with delivery of The Bridge, please do let us know (by the methods outlined above). Please do bear in mind, though, that The Bridge is run entirely by volunteers in their own free time.