THE YAXLEY GAZETTE is the village’s only local magazine.
Launched in May 2009, the Yaxley Gazette is put together every month by publisher Justine Eldred and since its launch popular demand has seen distribution spread from Yaxley itself to Farcet, Holme, Folksworth, Morborne, Denton, Haddon, Norman Cross and Stilton.
The Yaxley Gazette is a high quality A4 glossy magazine with a fresh, eye-catching design.
Superb distribution – over 6700 homes!
Not only does the Yaxley Gazette go to every home in Yaxley, Farcet, Holme, Folksworth, Morborne, Denton, Haddon, Norman Cross and Stilton. It also goes into all the local businesses in the areas AND magazine distribution points at Serpentine Green Shopping Centre, giving you peace of mind that your advert is being seen by even more potential customers.
A complete compendium of information
Full of local news that really matters! We work closely with local organisations including the local schools, Police, community groups and local businesses to ensure that all of the content is up-to-date and informative.
The Yaxley Gazette is aimed at a growing, afﬂuent audience in Yaxley, Farcet, Holme,Folksworth, Morborne, Denton, Haddon, Stilton and Norman Cross, so you can be assured that your advert is reaching its full potential.
You can advertise for as little as £18 per month - can you afford to miss out?
About the publisher
Justine is a local girl, having lived in both Yaxley and Farcet, attending Farcet Infants School and then Orton Longueville Comprehensive. She spent 17 years in the corporate sector before taking time out to travel around the world for a year, live in Australia for a further 12 months before returning home as she missed her home and family. With her sister Lorraine Clark running the highly-successful Hampton Gazette, Justine set up and now runs the Yaxley Gazette.
“With Lorraine’s help I set up the Yaxley Gazette, it has a contemporary design, is an A4 glossy magazine and I love putting it together every month. Thanks to local businesses, people and organisations such as local doctors, the police, the Parish Council and St. Peter’s Church, we have a wide spread of news in the magazine every month – it’s not just full of adverts, which is why it's a well read publication – but we do have plenty of support from our local advertisers who bring local services to the attention of our readers. One of the great things about it is meeting the local people every month and putting out a magazine which really reflects the diversity of the Yaxley and surrounding village's community.” - Justine Eldred