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  • Q? How is the best way to advertise a Fair.

    Would appreciate if anyone has ideas...free of course in advertising a venue. Even some cheap ways also.
    Local seaglass jewelery reclaimed, re-cycled and up-cycled from the victorian era and beyond.
    A dwindling resource that wont last forever.

    www.seatears.co.uk

    www.seatears.misi.co.uk

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    Leaflets and posters in local shops.
    Signs arround the area on the day (do not forget to remove for reuse).
    Details in local magazines and papers possibly tied to a competition.
    Local radio shows, preferably on the day.
    Local events websites.
    Twitter.
    Facebook.

    Just a few to start with.

    Roger

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    • #3
      A few more suggestions

      Don't forget to ask your stallholders to advertise wherever they can - including craft fairs they attend prior to yours, and their local community places.
      Local hairdressers, post offices, corner shops, libraries, schools, and the venue of the fair itself (assuming it is somewhere that holds social events of all sorts).
      Posters in car windows, places of work - staff notice boards, intranets etc.

      Linda

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