This is the ninth edition of Seven, which is named after the town’s TR7 postcode and its seven beautiful beaches. This edition is designed to cover Newquay in all seasons and showcase why it’s a great place to live and visit throughout the year. The inclusion of the new Foodie Guide in the back ensures that everything Newquay has to offer can be found in one handy guide. This edition has also been resized to A5 to conveniently fit in display stands.
The magazine is packed full of interesting features, including a bite-sized beach guide to Newquay’s beautiful beaches; all you need to know about Surfing in Newquay; a whatever the weather fashion feature; a relaxing review of the Spa’s and an action packed article on coasteering and diving adventures in Newquay. The edition also features information and listings for those wanting to get involved in the Newquay lifestyle, from live music venues to where to buy your surfing essentials.
The magazine, which has been created by Newquay Business Improvement District (BID) and published by Newquay-based Muse Media, made its debut in June 2012 and is designed to celebrate all the great things about Newquay, sharing its hidden gems with visitors and locals alike.
The BID will distribute 15,000 copies of the free magazine to all Newquay businesses, including leisure attractions, hospitality and accommodation providers, as well as holiday parks within a TR7 postcode. Copies are also available from Newquay’s tourist information centre.
Gemma Taylor, BID Manager said: “We are extremely pleased with the new style issue of Seven. We know that the magazine has a really established a name for itself, and we really wanted to showcase all that is great about the town during the year, across the seasons and whatever the weather, including all the wonderful cafes, bars and restaurants available.”
“With so much to do, and so many wonderful activities and businesses to shout about, Seven is an integral marketing tool for promoting Newquay. We encourage local organisations to get in touch with us to discuss ways in which they can maximise its marketing potential and get involved in the next issue.
Businesses should contact Newquay BID if they wish to request extra copies to distribute to their customers. Copies can also be picked up from the Newquay BID office, and Tourist Information Centre on Marcus Hill.