Seven – named after the town’s TR7 postcode and its seven beautiful beaches – is packed full of ways to enjoy Newquay this winter, global cuisines and quirky fashion-finds, as well as featuring articles on Newquay’s hidden gems, the part it played during the WW2 evacuation and an insight into the cribbar-Newquay’s infamous big wave spot. There’s also a step-by-step guide of how to combat the winter waves in Newquay; a look back at one of Newquay’s best summers; and itineraries to help you plan the perfect short trip to Newquay.
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 since then has grown in popularity with regular requests for the magazine to be sent out of county across England and further. Proving popular with locals and visitors alike, 10,000 copies of the free magazine will be distributed to accommodation providers in the local area and town centre businesses; it will also be available to pick up from Newquay’s Tourist Information Centre and to download from http://issuu.com/sevenmag/docs/seven_magazine_issue8_issue.
Newquay BID Manager Eve Wooldridge said: “We’re delighted with the eighth issue of Seven – it really highlights what a fantastic place Newquay is to live in and to visit, particularly in the autumn and winter. Seven is an important tool in the promotion of Newquay and is a key tool that the BID uses to attract journalists to the town, so far resulting in over 50 pieces of positive press coverage for Newquay.”
Lee Gamble, Hotel Sunnyside said: “Seven magazine is a great way for us to promote Newquay to our guests and to market Hotel Sunnyside and the No.5 Coffeehouse to potential new customers. The discontinuation of Seven magazine would be a serious loss to Newquay if the BID is not renewed for a second term.”
If you would like to request copies of Seven for your business or if you are a resident and would like a copy sent to your home address, please email email@example.com or speak to a member of the BID team on 01637 498599.