The Cockermouth Post is a FREE monthly magazine delivered
to the whole of Cockermouth, Keswick and the surrounding villages listed below, with a circulation
in excess of 12,800 copies delivered door-to-door!

We are an independent locally based, family run publication that doesn't believe in call centres or sales staff. Just drop us an email or pick up the phone and talk to us directly.

If you would like to advertise in the Post or you have a story
that you think would be of interest to the local community, please get in touch with Helen or Mike as they will be pleased to
hear from you

To view the September/October 2019 edition please click on the cover to the right - thank you.

Lorton, Buttermere, Papcastle, Bridekirk, Dovenby, Tallentire, Bullgill, Gilcrux, Blindcrake, Greengill, Parsonby, Plumbland, Threapland, Bothel, Torpenhow, Eaglesfield, Embleton, Greysouthen, Brigham, Great Broughton, Little Broughton, Broughton Cross, Branthwaite, Ullock, Dean and Pardshaw. Available at: Cockermouth Paper Shop, Sainsbury's, Lakes Homecentre, Cockermouth Co-op, North Lakes Clinic, Library,
Tourist Information Centre and Bridgefoot Post Office. In Keswick at The Leisure Pool and Fitness Centre, Derwent Service Station and the Library

Get in touch with Mike and Helen via the feedback form below

If you would like to book an advert, send in a story or need more info please fill in the feedback form by clicking this link or call
Mike or Helen on 01900 824655

The advertising rates for the Post are very competitive and value for money. Please call Helen or Mike to discuss the advert size
that is right for you. Our advert costs start from as little as £38.00.

Did you know that our advertising costs include free graphic
design if required. We also provide free links to your website and email address with the Cockermouth Post Online!

Think how many potential new customers will be visiting your website through an advert in the Post! This has to be some of
the best value advertising you will find!

4 medal success at the British Transplant Games 2019 for Peter Knox. Peter is a former pupil at Eaglesfield Paddle and Keswick School

Sainsbury's 'Charity of the Year' is Blood Bikes Cumbria. They received a cheque for £5,600

Plus lots more... just click on the cover (left) to view!

Record-breaking adventure by James Forrest from Cockermouth, to stand atop all 446 of the 2,000ft mountains in England and Wales!

Paddle School win the prestigious School Games Gold Mark Award for the second year running... impressive!

Plus lots more... just click on the cover (left) to view!

The Wildlife Trust was calling upon all the readers of
the Post to 'Go Wild' in June - enjoy nature every day!

Bassenthwaite school took to the forest for 'Forest School'. Inspiring a deeper connection with nature.

Plus lots more... just click on the cover (left) to view!