Advertising - we promote, you donate

We offer a range of options for you to promote your organisation, business club or events. Once we've covered the cost of running the site we're keen to raise as much as possible for charities. 


So instead of taking a fee ourselves and in line with our mission to help others we'll ask you to pay a donation to one of our listed charities via our Just Giving pages

Web Page

We'll create you a webpage with your own address

GET listed

Get noticed by being on our local business page


We'll promote your local events


Get in touch to find out more about advertising with us


We'll create you a nice shiny webpage and include the following on

Find your business page banner and search listing

4 x Events page listings per year or a news/blog feature


Full web page for your company

Get a full page with your own URL that you can use to promote your business. 


Page can include:

  • Summary of services offered

  • Customer recommendations

  • Contact details & opening hours

  • Integration with social pages


See for an example - £100 per year - supported charities

Proud to support: 

East Anglian Air Ambulance

East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) is a charity providing a helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) for the people of East Anglia. This includes the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.

More information on the East Anglian Air Ambulance website> - supported charities

Proud to support: 

Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH)

Every day, 618 seriously ill children arrive at Great Ormond Street Hospital from all over the UK.

More information on the GOSH website - supported charities

Proud to support: 


Whatever cancer throws your way, they're right there with you. Macmillan provide physical, financial and emotional support to help you live life as fully as you can.

More information on the Macmillan website - supported charities

Proud to support: 


Offering support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies.

More information on the CRUSE website