St Ives Times & Echo
and The Hayle Times
Street, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 1RS
01736 795813 Fax: 01736 793536
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Ives in West Cornwall is
unique. A strong willed, democratic and independent minded community,
internationally renowned as a centre of artistic and creative
excellence, St. Ives is one of the very few towns in the British
Isles able to demand and sustain its own independent, local
in 1889 and published continuously since; the St. Ives newspaper
has been under the same management since 1973 and owned by the
same family since 1951. One of the first newspapers in the Westcountry
to adopt computer based printing technology, The St Ives Times
& Echo has never failed to appear without news and features
of the highest editorial standard.
properly constituted local newspaper that is the central nervous
system of its community, 'The Echo' provides a forum for St.
Ives and Hayle opinion. Lively exchanges in the correspondence
columns and the enthusiasm of contributors stand testimony to
a 'true readership' based not on the vagaries of circulation
or free distribution but on sales.
Ives has the largest art market in the four counties
of the South West Region with a concentration of galleries,
dealers and museums greatly exceeding the cities of Exeter and
Plymouth and second only to Bristol.
success and international importance of St. Ives as an Arts
and Cultural Tourism Centre has long been recognised and confirmed
in 1993 by the opening of Tate Gallery St. Ives; a sister to
the London and Liverpool galleries.
South West is Britain's most popular holiday region. In Cornwall,
St. Ives ranks the third largest market after Newquay and Falmouth.
Lucrative and often buoyant markets can be found in servicing
the needs of the art market, tourism, property, the hotel and
guest house trade and adventure sports.
St. Ives Times and Echo and The Hayle Times is the
most effective medium for businesses and organisations wishing
to introduce themselves to this exeptional community and consolidate
provides a window in St. Ives, through which our discerning
readers may clearly view products and services while for the
advertiser it provides a window of opportunity though which
to promote good business relationships.
Window in St. Ives
- Collage by Seb West