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I'm thinking about advertising a free week's childcare at Bedlington Bears Nursery, funded Pre-school, and Out of Schools Club in the Wansbeck publication 'In Touch'. What do you think? Does anybody actually read it. All advice and opinions welcome.

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I'm thinking about advertising a free week's childcare at Bedlington Bears Nursery, funded Pre-school, and Out of Schools Club in the Wansbeck publication 'In Touch'. What do you think? Does anybody actually read it. All advice and opinions welcome.

A few years back I had my own business in the town and the only advertising worth the fee was Yellow Pages.

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It would be a good idea to advertise in 'In Touch' if they opted to print it on a decent weight of paper and sorted the registration out. Leave well alone I say.

Go to printing.com, Alphagraphics or Prontaprint, get some decent A5 flyers done and deliver them yourself to the 'better' areas of Bedlington. Be much cheaper.

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