The Local Advertiser - Your Guide to Local Business Services in the Royal Wootton Bassett and Lyneham area.


The Advertiser, as it is fondly referred to, has been delivered directly to homes and businesses for over 29 years. It is the longest established advertising publication in the Royal Wootton Bassett and Lyneham area.

The publication encompasses a host of local services and retailers – from sole traders to national companies – in one compact, easy-to-navigate paper. Using our website, you can browse the latest issue online, read previous issues, submit your ads and more.

The Advertiser plays an important role in the local community. Our free listings of non-profit making events help many local organisations gain new members or run events successfully. Residents can advertise their private sale items and at the same time see what our wonderful traders and service providers have to offer.

Many advertisers have been loyal to our publication for a long time – some even from the date it started.  Ultimately, local people like to use local services. That’s why our philosophy is, ‘Buy local and the economy on your doorstep thrives!’

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Every month The Advertiser reaches 7,800 homes and a further 200 copies are distributed to businesses and local information points throughout the towns.

Local businesses have trusted The Advertiser for a quarter of a century. It remains the most straightforward, cost-effective way of reaching customers in the area. Just look at a recent publication to see how many local traders trust marketing their business with The Advertiser.

We know business people are always short on time, so we make submitting your advert as quick and straightforward as possible. We'll even supply you with free artwork!

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Sally @ The Royal Wootton Basset Advertiser always delivers a PERSONAL PROFESSIONAL service who genuinely CARES for the businesses that she supports in the magazine. Her non-pushy attitude will help the Advertiser be a success for another 20 Years.

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