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Design tips for an effective village newsletter

Design tips for an effective village newsletter

If you produce a village newsletter, parish magazine or church newsletter we understand you have to work to tight deadlines. Every month we print thousands of newsletters which are distributed throughout Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich and the county of Suffolk. We deliver on time and produce to a high standard.

To be effective though, newsletters need to be printed to their best. Ask yourself, does your village magazine…

  • have sharp text?
  • clear photographs?
  • no black marks or ink smudges?
  • is it delivered to you on time by your printers?
  • do your sponsors’ adverts look their best so they will keep on advertising with you?
  • does it look professionally produced?

If not, then check out our tips for getting the best from your village newsletter.


What elements does a successful village magazine need?

  • Great design
  • Great content
  • Great print

Great designs for your parish magazine

A well-designed newsletter can create more space for content, as well as appear more aesthetically pleasing.

Our designers can help create a great looking layout for your newsletter and ensure you promote a consistent and professional image to help you gain new business from existing clients and new prospects alike. With access to large libraries of stock photos, you’ll never be stuck for an image again.


Copywriting for your printed newsletter

As well as designing your newsletter for you, we can even help with your copywriting as well. Whether you require text for an article or a killer strapline for an advertisement, we can craft words that will convert readers into customers.


Village Newsletter

Print tips for your Suffolk based newsletter

We can print onto a wide range of paper stock, with a choice of different finishes.

For newsletters that contain a lot of text, we would recommend a matt finish. For those that are image heavy, the reflective properties of gloss may be more appropriate.

Choose from black & white or full-colour print; and a range of binding options, including stapled, saddle stitched or perfect bound.

Top tip: Colour is more appealing and attracts more attention than a black & white sheet. Consider a full-colour newsletter to really create interest.


Kall Kwik Bury St Edmunds can design and print your village newsletter

An excellent way of communicating with people in the local community, village newsletters have been around for many years. Used to convey the latest news, an effective newsletter can build relationships, advertise local companies and highlight upcoming events.

To get the most from your newsletter, you’ll want to choose a local printer you can trust. Contact Kall Kwik on 01284 752266 or email sales@kkbse.co.uk and see how we can help you to create a newsletter that informs, inspires and creates a community spirit.


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