In the middle of England, the world famous county of Oxfordshire is home to more than 680,000 people.
It’s numerous museums, country houses, high class hotels and unique landscape make Oxfordshire a major tourism hub for England with millions of families visiting the area every year.
Home to two of the most historic market towns in the UK, Banbury and Bicester, North Oxfordshire is famous for its rolling hills and medieval architecture.
Our recognisable display points in the area can be found in the numerous arts organisations, hotels, B&Bs, cafes and local pubs.
A supply of 1500 print items is sufficient for a four week campaign on the North Oxfordshire network.
Where the western Chiltern Hills rise from the floodplains above the confluence of the River Thames and River Thame, our recognisable display points across South Oxfordshire are especially accessible to higher earners and tourists.
We usually ask for a print supply of 1500 items for a four week campaign on the South Oxfordshire network.
Stretching into the Cotswold Hills, West Oxfordshire is recognisable for it’s sweeping landscapes and honey coloured chocolate-box houses with straw thatched roofs.
Our display units are mostly to be found in local libraries, Tourist Information Centres, leisure centres, bookshops, cafes and hotels.
We recommend a supply of 1500 printed items for a four week campaign on the West Oxfordshire network.
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