Queen Edith’s magazine is the Queen Edith’s Community Forum’s magazine for the south of the city. The magazine is a community-run, non-profit publication, and generates unrivalled response for advertisers. It also gives you the chance to show your support for your local neighbourhood. We’re very proud that almost every advertiser who gives us a try has stayed forever.
Queen Edith’s magazine is produced to professional standards by a former national magazine editor. It is hand-delivered to around 5,500 homes in the south of Cambridge by a team of over 120 enthusiastic residents, who ensure it gets into every local home, including hundreds that do not accept leaflets.
Take a look!
If you haven’t seen a copy, take a look at the PDF versions of previous issues on this website here. Just ask if you’d like to be sent a printed version of any previous issue.
The delivery area can be seen here. It starts north and south of Cherry Hinton Road, and extends right down to the edge of the city – around 5,500 homes in more than 100 streets. A complete list of streets covered can be provided on request.
We are very proud of the magazine’s reputation, and we strongly recommend asking residents of the area if they read the magazine, and any previous advertisers for their comments.
Publication dates 2022
Queen Edith’s magazine will be published on the following dates in 2022:
|Summer||weekend of 23/24 April|
|Autumn||weekend of 3/4 September|
|Winter||weekend of 10/11 December|
Advertising rates and data
Advertising is available in the following formats:
- Quarter page portrait
- Half page portrait or landscape
- Full page
- Full page advertorial
Advertising can be booked for all or any of the issues in the calendar year and is offered at the following rates:
|Full A4 page|
(Example: 3 x half page advertisements = £390, or £130 each)
We are happy to design and produce advertisements to your specifications at no charge. Just let us have some notes on what you want in the advert, and a photo and/or logo.
If supplying your own advertisements, they should be provided as PDF files. Sizes are standard A4, and we recommend 10mm margins and 3mm bleed, giving the following: quarter page 85mm x 128.5mm (or 111mm x 154.5mm for bleed adverts); half page landscape 190mm x 128.5mm (or 216mm x 154.5mm); half page portrait 85mm x 277mm (or 111mm x 303mm); full page 190mm x 277mm (216mm x 303mm).
Copy dates: copy needs to be with us four weeks preceding publication.
Please email the editor, Chris Rand, via firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re happy to help.