Essex Leaflet Distribution
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From £35 per 1000 Leaflets
(Minimum 10,000 for our budget £35 price)
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Budget Leaflet Distribution / Flyer Distribution /
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A Professional Service for Leaflet Distribution in the UK. Covering any postcode in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland… Door to Door distribution second to none.
We specialise in both Leaflet Printing and Distribution
**Leaflet Printing – BEST SELLER**
A6 double Sided Gloss Colour print 60,000 for only £411
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Distribute 10,000 flyers only £35 including VAT per 1,000
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Leaflet Distribution Strategies
We aim that your Leaflet Distribution needs to be consistent, yet remain aware of the importance of branding and to promote to consumers endlessly. Our Marketing Department work closely with our Distribution Team to improve the whole campaign from Leaflet Design and Print to Door to Door delivery to improve your companies intention to shape and manage consumer perceptions.
At Budget-Leaflet-Distribution.co.uk our main concern is to excel in improving your Marketing potential by providing customised brand selling campaigns for product, services and events. For any chance of us obtaining repeat business your Leaflet campaigns need to gain maximum exposure… and therefore achieve results businesses need in expanding their brands and reinforcing their whole message to specific demographics effectively.
Effectiveness in Leaflet Distribution is improved further when we engage and ignite a social influence that begins in local markets, reverberates regionally, then spreads nationwide. Effective campaigns will result in magnificent responses so much and beyond original expectation.
With Budget Leaflet Distribution you’ll finally beat the ever rising cost of postage! We only recruit adult employees to distribute your sales material or product samples. Leaflet Distribution is a low-cost, highly effective selling tool with an glorious return on your investment.
* Danbury common hosts the largest Adder population in the UK
* Did you know that the driest place in Britain is St Osyth in Essex? The village just west of Clacton has consistently been so over recent years, with an average annual rainfall of 507mm. To put that into context: one definition of a desert is that it has rainfall below 250mm; Sydney averages 1217mm precipitation; and Rome 875mm. The only way is Essex then.
* Greensted Church is the oldest wooden church in the world. It was built in 1081 AD
* Famous Essex people
Alan Davies | Alf Ramsey | Alison Moyet | Barry Hearn | Ben Shephard | Billy Bragg | Charles Spurgeon | Coventry Patmore | Damon Albarn | Darren Day | Denise Van Outen | Dermot O’Leary | Dick Turpin | Dudley Moore | Edgell Rickword | Evelyn Ruggles-Brise | Francis Quarles | Frank Lampard | Graham Gooch | Ian Holm | Ian MacLaren | Imogen Heap | Jack Straw | Jamie Cullum | Jamie Oliver | Jessie J | Jilly Cooper | Jodie Marsh | Joe Pasquale | John Constable | John Fowles | John Harvey | John Heenan | John Ray | John Strutt – Lord Rayleigh | John Terry | Joseph Lister | Keith Flint | Keith Mills | Kenny Ball | Laura Trott | Lee Mead | Louie Spence | Maggie Smith | Mark Foster | Neil Innes | Nick Berry | Nick Frost | Nigel Benn | Noel Edmonds | Olly Murs | Philemon Holland | Richard Ingrams | Richard Littlejohn | Richard Madeley | Rik Mayall | Rodney Smith | Roger Penrose | Ronnie O’Sullivan | Ross Kemp | Russell Brand | Ruth Pitter | Ruth Rendell | Sally Gunnell | Samuel Purchas | Sandie Shaw | Sarah Miles | Saskia Clark | Sidney Bernstein | Stacey Solomon | Sydney Smith | Tamzin Outhwaite | Terry Venables | Thomas Plume | Tony Adams | Tony Parsons | Wat Tyler | William Gilbert
* BBC Essex is the most listened to non commercial local radio station in the UK. Highest audience figures are between 06:00 and 12:00 noon Monday to Friday
* The historical county of Essex is low-lying, with a flat coast that has many tidal inlets and islands. The hardwood forest cover on its predominantly clay soils resisted agricultural efforts until the Iron Age, and even today some tracts of land that were never converted to farmland survive as woodland, notably in Epping Forest.
* Manningtree near Colchester is the UK’s smallest town
* In Roman times Colchester became one of the few coloniae (municipalities) in Britain, and there are other Romano-British sites at Chelmsford, Great Chesterford, and Rivenhall. The 5th-century Saxon invaders were followed by the Danes, who won the Battle of Maldon in 991. Essex men, including the former Colchester priest John Ball, were prominent in the Peasant’s Revolt of 1381. During the late Middle Ages Colchester became an important cloth-weaving centre.
* Tiptree near Chelmsford is the UK’s largest village
* There are more speed cameras per linear mile of road in Essex than anywhere else in the world
* Over the centuries, land was reclaimed from the marshes in the southeast, and the rich alluvial soil has produced heavy yields of crops. With the construction of railways in the 19th century, seaside resorts at Southend and on the Tendring coast attracted Londoners for holidaymaking, retirement, and even commuting. More intense suburban development took place in the southwestern corner of the historic county, which became part of Greater London in 1965.
* The mystery of Thomas Richman’s buried treasure has gone unsolved since 1780. It is suppose to be buried somewhere in Essex
* Layer Marney tower near Colchester is the tallest Tudor gatehouse in the UK
* Because local stone was scarce, timber was the chief domestic building material during the Middle Ages, and many examples of medieval timber-framed houses, often plastered and colour-washed, survive. From the 16th century, brick was used for mansions, such as Audley End. Two Norman castles—Castle Hedingham and Colchester—survive.
* The first crocodile to be brought to the UK was in 1701 by Richard Bradley who kept it in the lake and grounds of his home in Braintree
* In May 1943 in the skies above Hornchurch aerodrome an altitude record was set for a propeller driven plane. Professor Montague Hill on secondment from Durham University was working on a specially modified Spitfire. In order to overcome engine failure due to oxygen starvation at altitude, Hill concocted a special gas that was carried in two torpedo shaped tanks attached to the wings. This gas had a noxious smell and as such the Spitfire was referred to by the pilot and ground crew as “old farty”. To this day the exact altitude and gas formula are still classified as Top Secret
* The sunniest place in the UK is Landfill Tawny village
* During the witch hunt in the Middle Ages there were more reported witches in Essex than Devon and Cornwall combined
* The hit song “Billy don’t be a hero” by Paper Lace was written in the lounge bar of The Old Dog Inn Herongate near Brentwood
LEAFLET DELIVERY / LEAFLET DROP / DOOR to DOOR LEAFLETS
Covering these Essex Districts
Castle Point & Rochford
Essex South Western
Southend on Sea
Essex Leaflet Distribution