Tenterden Folk Festival: promoting folk song, music, dance, crafts and traditions: Registered charity No 1038663

 

Around Kent Folk

 

Your FREE guide to Folk Events in Kent, Surrey, Sussex and beyond

Copy date is 18th of the month:

18th December  –  February / March
18th February  – April / May
18th April – June / July
18th June – August / September
18th August – October / November
18th October  - December / January
 

 
Advertising rates:
Full colour: 
Back cover £85
Inside back or front cover £75
Full page (run of issue) £65 
Half page (run of issue) £40 *NEW*

Greyscale:
Full page (run of issue) £39
Half page (run of issue) £28
Quarter page (run of issue) £18

 

If advert cannot be supplied at the correct size please add £10 to above rates

 

Sizes:

Full page 180 x 130mm
Half page 85 x 130mm
Quarter page 85 x 60mm


Series discount:
The discount for advance booking and payment of a series of 6 adverts is 15%, but you can still submit new artwork for each advert.
 

Payment:

Cheques payable to “Tenterden Folk Day Trust" to be sent us at 15 Repton Manor Road, Ashford, Kent TN23 3HA


Send advert as high quality PDF, JPEG or TIFF to AKF at akf@tenterdenfolkfestival.org.uk and copy to our printers anmarprintingservices@gmail.com  (Phone 01732 865380)

Also CD’s, books, etc. reviewed; send to the editors

 

Postal subscriptions:
£9.00 for one year (6 issues)
Cheque payable

 

ISSN

Around Kent Folk ISSN 2634-7830 (Print)
Around Kent Folk ISSN 2634-7849 (Online)

 

Around Kent Folk (AKF) is the independent folk magazine for Kent, Surrey, Sussex and beyond and is published six times a year.  

 

AKF issues 1 to 84 were edited by Kathy and Bob Drage.  From issue 85 AKF is being edited by Alan Castle and printed by Andy Wood.  We are continuing the magazine with the help of a few other dedicated supporters.  AKF is published by Tenterden Folk Festival, registered charity No 1038663, promoting folk song, music, dance, crafts and traditions. Around 700 copies of AKF are distributed to folk clubs, venues, subcribers and others.  From issue 86 we started to included a full colour cover and at least three pages of colour adverts.  We are also including a page of "News from Sussex" compiled by Vic Smith and "Scene and Heard" from Bob Kenward.