Distributed to 25,000+ homes and businesses throughout Selby and its surrounding villages
Welcome to Selby Journal — a full-colour glossy advertising magazine and website dedicated to Selby and its surrounding villages.
Our free magazine is delivered reliably into 24,228 households and businesses in and around the Selby area every other month.
We pride ourselves on being both a handy guide enabling local people to reach local businesses and an excellent, low-cost, high-quality advertising tool for local businesses to reach local people.
Selby Journal began back in 2005 – it started small and has grown steadily over the years due to customer and client feedback.
The magazine features a useful index for people to find the services they are looking for and this, coupled with its high-quality design and feel, ensures excellent longevity — your advert will be kept hold of and read long after it lands on the customers’ doormat.
The advertising process at Selby Journal is simple. Let our friendly sales staff guide you through the process and advise the best promotion package to benefit you and your business. We also offer a free design and proof service to all of our customers.
On top of this, we use our own uniformed, GPS tracked distribution team – CreateTVT, ensuring every single household and business is reached.
The Selby area is a great place to live and we’re really proud of all the brilliant people and businesses that are based here. We hope Selby Journal continues to be the perfect platform for locals to reach a wide and welcoming audience for many more years!
See what some of our customers say:
“The great thing about the magazine is that the customer can see we are consistent – We have advertised in every edition of the Selby Journal for a number of years now. We are genuine and we offer a service second to none. The majority of my customers I have had for years, which is such an honour. You guys always supply what you sell and you do it well, which is quite hard to come by! So thank you! Your leaflet distribution service is also a fantastic way of getting my business out there to the customer and areas I required. Thanks again!”Saul Todd, North Computers
“We have advertised continuously in the Selby Journal for over a year now and we feel this is a cost effective way of reaching local people and in turn getting new business to increase our current client base. They were extremely professional and efficient from the start of our advertising process, right through to our first advertisement in print and every month thereafter. We always get contacted on a monthly basis to check our artwork – which is great. We have also taken out another advertisement in one of there other publications.”Michelle, Martin Gaffney Solicitors
“We decided to proceed with a leaflet distribution of 10,000 in our local area through CreateTVT. Having been let down badly by a competitor in the past was was a little apprehensive – I would just like to say that we have been extremely pleased with the campaign with yourselves, everything ran smoothly from start to finish and we was even notified when the distribution was completed. We have already booked another distribution and we will definitely carry on throughout the year. Extremely efficient service. Thank you Lisa.”Roy, East Riding Mobility
Hi Lisa, I won’t need to renew my subscription this year as I am actually selling my company to someone based down south, so the geographical location will change. However, I am very pleased to say that the leads generated by my advert did make the subscription worthwhile and I would recommend the Selby Journal to others. Thank you.Iain Cairns, IMC Enviro
“Selby Journal is extremely useful to us. It gets our name out there to new customers; which, in turn, expands by ‘word of mouth’. Building work is not continuous – once we’ve built an extension, the customer doesn’t usually want another in six months. Therefore getting our name and reputation out to as many people as possible is vitally important. Selby Journal is a much more efficient way to advertise than newspapers, as people tend to hold on to them for future use, until the next edition lands on the doormat.”Mark Rodwell, YorLan Property