Submit Classified Ad

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ORDER FORM

Note:
All entries are mandatory.   Only details you specify in your advert will appear in the magazine, all other personal details will be retained for administration only.

If you supply a contact e-mail address then you will receive an e-mail to confirm that your request has been received.

Your Name:
Your e-mail Address:
Contact Address:
Contact Telephone:
Advert Words:
Advert Style Type:  
   
   
   

    

  This will clear the fields above.

 

Thank you for placing your advert.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

Please note that the minimum charge is for 10 words.
While we try to keep this information up to date, please check with the Advertising Manager that the rates are correct before making payment.  These rates are correct at 5th May 2017.

Private:

For one month. £ 1.10 per word
For three months £ 3.00 per word
   

Commercial:

For one month. £ 2.40 per word
For three months £ 7.00 per word
   

Optional Extras:

Box around advert £ 7.50
Logo £ 7.50

 

CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE

  • No guarantee is or can be given as to the month the advertisement will first appear; every endeavour will be made to place the advertisement in the first available Magazine with space available after acceptance of an advertisement. “Three Month” advertisements will run in consecutive months

  • All advertisements in the magazine are placed in good faith and the Basinga Management Committee accepts no responsibility for any statement, omission or errors made by the advertiser or printer; nor do they endorse any product or service advertised.

  • The Basinga Management Committee reserves the right to refuse advertisements which it deems unfit for publication and to withdraw those where full remittance has not been received.

  • For Logos not in the public domain, the advertiser must own the copyright or be authorised to use any or all elements of the source material. The Basinga Management Committee or its representatives cannot be held responsible for any dispute that may arise over copyright