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Canalside Radio is the only Community Station in North East Cheshire. CCR 102.8 broadcasts 24/7 via FM and the Internet. There is also a CY4Y Youth Radio Station and the project is manned 95% by volunteers. Canalside operates on a not-for-profit basis, there are no shareholders, the Charity is overseen by Trustees. Support in sponsorship for the Station is very competitive and value for money in return for On-air mentions, newsletters, website advertising, magazine and flyers.
The small magazine with the BIG circulation –delivering your message directly into over 21,000 different local homes and businesses across Macclesfield, Tytherington and the surrounding villages in a way which is “affordable, effective and popular”! Whether you are a new start up (ideal for you!)or an established business, we work with you to get the best from your budget. Not just another directory, our colourful and glossy magazine also includes interesting editorial, news of local charities, schools and events, useful numbers, puzzles, competitions and the ever popular free ads, all of which ensure it is read and retained throughout the month.
Run by local people for local people, ring us on 01625 265551.
Was launched in February 2009, and published every 4 weeks as a free newspaper. We only print ‘Good News’ – informative and lively interest items that people actually want to read. Readers are sick and tired of doom and gloom! This free paper is circulated via 157 ‘pick up’ sites throughout Macclesfield, Tytherington, Bollington, Prestbury, Alderley Edge, Wilmslow,
Our advertising rates are great value and will certainly make your budget work harder for you.
Published by Investors in Publishing
3 Bridgebank Industrial Estate
Tel: 01625 501675
Mob: 07767 840274
The Macclesfield Express is the premier community newspaper in the town.
Founded in the Market Place in 1811, the Express recently celebrated its 200th anniversary and prides itself on being at the ‘Heart of the Community’.
For more than two centuries the paper has covered the daily lives of Macclesfield folk, their experiences during two World Wars and the town’s transformation during the latter half of the 20th century.
The Express has won numerous industry awards over the years and prides itself on its commitment to local causes. A campaign to save the holspital’s maternity unit attracted 50,000 signatures and the paper has helped raise considerable sums of money for the Cancer Care Unit and the East Cheshire Hospice.
The paper still enjoys one of the highest readerships of a weekly newspaper in England and is looking forward to its third century in print.
11 Market Place,
t 0161 211 2985