23 Dec Families Bedfordshire – Christmas Edition
With Christmas around the corner ‘Families Bedfordshire Magazine’ has arrived with a perfect heart warming read for this Christmas.
This month’s issue contains the ‘Perfect Family Holiday Gift’ guide, listings for seasonal events, fun clubs, activities for children and much more!
View your free online copy here.
First launched in November 2012, Families Bedfordshire is the free magazine for families with children aged 0-12yrs in Bedfordshire. Every two months they publish local information on news, events, activities and a comprehensive ‘what’s-on’ calendar schools, nurseries, clubs & classes and ‘What’s On’. Pick up the magazine in Bedford and surrounding villages, Ampthill, Flitwick, Sandy, Biggleswade, Woburn, Luton, Dunstable and Leighton Buzzard. More than 15,000 copies are distributed across the county every other month at local clubs, classes, nurseries, schools, libraries and family friendly places. Visit the website families bedfordshire and grab the current printed edition. The new issue is due in September.
About the Families Franchise
The first ever local Families magazine was published in 1990 and the website Familiesonline.co.uk was first launched quite a while after in May 2000 to support the local printed magazines. Since then the magazine has shown substantial growth over the years its been in production. The reason for Families success is because of the localisation, Many of the features for the magazine and website originate from the local editors, who are all mums. These editors are part of the local community, they push their prams on the local streets, join the local baby groups themselves which makes Families all the more relatable. Because of this Families Bedfordshire and other franchises are able to offer trusted advice for parents. Families is an intelligent information resource that is relevant to modern parents. Their website is packed with features covering a wide range of parental concerns and interests, What’s On listings, plus listings of local contacts.