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Hi

 

Has anyone got any good ideas for attracting parents? We are on a low budget and need more children!

 

also, can anyone recommend a printing service for getting leaflets printed? There are so many to choose from!

 

Thanks

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We just did some 1/4 page ad's in the local free advertising paper that are delivered to peoples house. (a parent did put this ad together for us though)

 

It must of worked as we are already full for September and this hasn't happened this early for years.

 

Good luck

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We make our own flyers and put them in local places, GP surgeries, library, shops.

If you hold a teddy bears picnic or some other event over the summer and tell your local paper and see if they want a story to print.

You could also try Vistaprint, they sometimes have freebies, I know you can get magnetic car door signs.

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Friend of mine used Vistaprint recently and was quite impressed.

 

I am sure others will have suggestions too.

 

As for advertising...can you organise a special event for the jubilee say and get the local paper to come and take photos of the children and write a piece? Seeing a setting full of happy children must be quite a good advert I would have thought :1b

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Posters and flyers in librarys, childrens play centres and local swimming pools are good and are your registered with a childrens centre and family info centre? Netmums too!

 

Also we made our on website on wordpress.com as its free, that helps a great deal. I receive a few emails a week asking about places.

 

Good luck x

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