Bullivant Media is one of the fastest growing, independently-owned, free magazine publishers in the UK. Our titles serve communities within Worcestershire, Warwickshire and the West Midlands with our specialist interest media; Your Wedding Magazine and website and Fine Dining with our Flavour Magazine and website.
Since the launch of our magazine and Digital Media division, our success has been achieved through a simple ethos – deliver the right target market to our advertisers with stylised, well written, content.
Immaculate design, brilliant photography and accurate, real life editorial in magazines that are targeted and produced to the highest of standards is the key to our success and we look forward to passing this success on to you, our advertisers.
Claire Bullivant, Editor
To advertise in print, please contact Vanessa Bradford on 01527 453725
To advertise online, please contact Samantha Eagle on 01527 453725
Worcestershire, Warwickshire and the West Midland’s essential food and drink magazine and website
Your guide to eating out or eating in. The magazine is an A5 booklet style production ideal for the coffee table as a reference, not just a one off read.
Delivered free of charge on request and available to pick up within restaurants around the Midlands.
The website is an easy to use restaurant directory of places to eat around your location, designed to work seamlessly on mobiles and tablets as well for eating ideas on the go.
Flavour Website is the perfect place to discover your local eatery and will help you eat, drink and be merry all year long!
All local eateries need to appear in Flavour! Flavour is now the essential advertising media for many restaurants across the area.
From fashions to favour every aspect of planning a wedding is discussed, dissected and delivered in this essential publication.
The magazine is an A4, high quality, glossy magazine. 20,000 copies of Your Wedding are given each year to brides and bridal parties across the region with our compliments.
Our magazine contains all the quality and sophistication of a paid for wedding magazine and is freely available in bridal outlets and venues across the region.
The Your Wedding Magazine website is an essential up to date guide to wedding suppliers and services within the local area. Offering an easily accessible tool to locate solutions for Bridal needs, placing your business directly in front of a targeted audience with outstanding levels of Click Through Rates to your own website and provide quality enquiries.
We offer various levels of online advertising opportunities on the website to promote your business, please contact Samantha to discuss your online advertisingneeds further on 01527 588688.
We maximise advertising potential further by promoting the Your Wedding magazine and website in Bullivant Media’s newspapers. Advertisers are also invited to feature in Your Wedding’s local wedding fayres
Our Latest Wedding magazine is now out Logon to our wesbite to request a copy of collect one from our next wedding fayre
Our all new business directory is now online, a great way to promote your business to thousands of website visitors.
Exclusive Homes is our premier property newspaper available from a wide selection of estate agents or viewable online at exclusive-homes-monthly.co.uk each month. Containing the finest property across Warwickshire, Worcestershire, West Midlands and The Cotswolds, relevant articles and news for the sector. To advertise or list your portfolio of high end properties, please contact Vanessa Bradford on 01527 588688.
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Advertising in The Worcester Standard has really helped attract over 25% more customers since October!– ODEON Worcester
Terri has always gone out of her way to accommodate Healthy Hearing's advertising needs and requirements. She is a charming– Healthy Hearing
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Just wanted to say thank you and also to let you know what a great web page the Leamington Observer– Jared, Warwick/Basra
In the short period that we have been in business we have found Julie to be hard working, self-reliant, conscientious– Paul Robertson, Manager, Carpets By Design ltd
Thank you to the Observer team,– Gary Hampton, Window Plus
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I am very happy to tell you that I have booked 2 Weddings as a direct result of my advertisement,– Sara Beaumont Photography
I would just like to say thank you for your help throughout the year with our advertising and also the– Gwen Prattie, AK Fitted Interiors
We have used the Standard newspapers for several years now and have built up a very good working relationships along– Karen King Southcrest Manor Hotel
We have grown our market share while newspaper advertising has been solely with the Standard such that we are now– Gareth Evans, Platinum Property Services
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