Queen’s Hills Post

Welcome to the Queens Hills Post! My name is Sharon Blundell and I moved to Queens Hills in December 2007 with my family. I have been involved in the community since Queens Hills Primary and Nursery school opened in September 2008. I took over the Post in May 2012 as I wanted it to stay the same but aim to include the new building developments The Hampdens and Lodge farm.

The Queens Hills Post was originally launched in May 2010 with the aim of bringing local businesses together with the community of Queens Hills Country Park. We wish to include the other communities of The Hampdens, Lodge Farm and the new houses by Roundwell Medical Centre. Our aim with the Queens Hills Post is to keep local residents on Queens Hills, Hampdens and surrounding area updated with any developments and businesses local to them.

The Post is working together with this website as an extension of the Post offering consistent information and links for the communities to use. We also offer advertising space on the website (Please see below). As the Queens Hills Post is delivered quarterly the information that has been submitted could be out of date by the time it gets to you, but this website will be updated as soon as we get any further information.

The Post includes as much information as possible to update you about new developments happening in and around Queens Hills, Hampdens, Lodge Farm and the surrounding area, along with recipes to try and advertising from local businesses and companies.

Agencies and people that help us gather the correct information for you are:

Queens Hill Primary and Nursery School

Friends of Queens Hill School

Norfolk County Council

Costessey Parish Council

Gleeds/Queens Hills Consortium

Norfolk Constabulary

Queens Hills Country Map

Printed Advertising Costs

The Post is printed in black and white to keep the printing costs down and in turn your advertising costs are realistic. The publication is delivered FREE OF CHARGE to every home, sales office, Queens Hill Primary and Nursery, The Show Ground (table table) and the Costessey Center. At present they are delivered quarterly

Each page is A5 (A4 folded) (sizes are approximate)

Full Page – 14cm wide x 20cm length (Portrait) £50 X4 £170
½ Page – 14cm wide x 10cm length (Landscape) £40 X4 £140
¼ Page – 7cm wide x 10cm length (Portrait) £30 X4 £100
Flyer Insertion – Up to A5 £30
Online £30 per Issue or £100 for 12 months

Half page advert printed = £40 X4 £140 (*)
Online advert on the business page = £30 X4 £120
Both options taken together £180

Full page advert printed = £50 X4 £170(*)
Online advert on the business page = £30 X4 £120
Both options taken together £230

If you would like to continue, please contact me with which option you would like to go with and attach your artwork/logo and the contact information you would like to use.

(*) Including flexibility to change the advert for each Issue if required
(***) www.queenshills.co.uk currently receives over 40,000 hits per month

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