Sponsor Packages

Become a Rye News Sponsor 

If you enjoy reading Rye News and would like to help our team of volunteers to develop it even further, then please support us with a one off or regular donation.

Sponsorship Packages for Business

Feature and advert

Promote your business with an advertorial and an accompanying advertisement for 3 months. We don’t need artwork for your advert – just a few lines of text, an image and a link to your web address and we will prepare it for you and refresh it if required.

Banner Advert 

We can offer you an banner advert to rotate amongst other adverts on all the news pages.  You provide the artwork (size 728 x 90 pixels) and we will place it for a period of your choice.

Weekly Mailshot

We offer you the opportunity to place an advert on our weekly news alert which reaches a large number of subscribers.

To find out more please email us at info@ryenews.org.uk

Reviews from local businesses:

“The advert and article has brought in 5 contacts so far.  Two of which I’ve done some gardening work for and one that has the potential for some design work and future work.  So all in all I’m very pleased”.  Gary Baverstock, Baverstock Gardens

“Just a quick email to say a huge thank you for the fantastic advert and editorial you did for me on Rye News. I have already had a job from it and another 2 inquiries so that has been fantastic for us”. Mark Hanks, Armour Flooring

Donations from individuals

Local news plays a vital role in the sharing of news, opinions and and comment upon issues affecting national issues on our community. It provides a forum for expression of opinions and gives local people a voice.  In addition we provide information for the many visitors and tourists who visit Rye and support the local economy.

Please help secure the future of Rye News with a small donation.

Why Sponsor Rye News

Rye news is a not-for-profit enterprise supported by a team of volunteers for the purpose of providing news and information about a wide variety of local happenings and events in the area in and around Rye.

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