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7,200 full colour glossy magazines are distributed door to door and through drop of points to residents of Oxted and surrounding areas.


If asked to recall a brand or company name people are 70% more likely to remember a print ad than a digital advert.


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Rotary Club of Oxted & Limpsfield

“You might be interested to learn that a local resident called and gave us a whacking great donation for the East Africa project as a result of seeing our article in Oxted Local.  Just goes to show the power of the press.”

Slimming World

“I felt I must write to say thank you to your publication. Since advertising with you via the magazine and online we have seen a marked increase in the number of new members in our groups.

“We are passionate about helping even more local people to lose weight and your publication has helped us reach out to help even more members achieve their dream.”

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Chair. Oxted Youth & Community Co Ltd

“Being Picture Framers we cover a wide area with our service. Since advertising in Oxted Local and Forest Row Local publications we have attracted numerous new customers from those areas, contributing to the continuing success of our business.”

Chez Vous

“As a local independent business, Oxted Local is a great way to get our latest offers and brand awareness directly to residents and businesses. We have noticed a significant increase in customers since advertising here. Arranging our monthly advert is very easy to do, Katherine and Scott are great to work with.”

MG Build

“We have advertised in Oxted Local for several years. Not only are the team there very professional and helpful, we have had a lot of work generated through enquiries from our adverts”

White Mulberry Garden Designs

“I have advertised in Oxted Local for a few years now and have had many clients get in touch as a result.

“The magazine is always well presented with stunning photos and a creative layout which reflects my clients and my own style. The content appeals to the local community spirit and promotes it’s people and events as well as being a useful ‘go to’ advertising directory”

The Building Professional

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“Advertisement costs are highly competitive in comparison with similar publications and their administration is prompt, friendly and efficient. We couldn’t recommend them highly enough to any local business looking to establish themselves within the community.”

Recent Local & Business News

Bushey Croft’s new play area

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

The new play area for Bushey Croft, Oxted has now opened, with a swing set, springer, spinning carousel and an adventure unit complete with climbing net, fireman’s pole and slide. Designed for children up to 14 years old, the play area will be an inclusive play space for all abilities. This project is part of…

The Countryside Food Festival Returns this September!

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

Shake out your picnic rug and make some space in your kitchen cupboards – the Countryside Food Festival is returning to Priory Farm in Nutfield on Saturday, September 14, and is once again raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. Hosted by Surrey-based Local Food Britain, visitors will have a field day with a mouth-watering mix…

News from Caterham, Oxted & Godstone Lions Club

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

Last month the Club gathered at the White Hart Barn to mark the start of a new Lions year which meant handing over the role of Club President from Rita Reissland to Chris Frith.  As well as being somewhat formal it is also a social event which this year included a buffet lunch. Club members…

Oxted Boot Fair Sunday 18 August – Master Park, Oxted

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

The Oxted Boot Fair has been a regular feature of summer in Oxted since 2010, starting off as a once-a year event in June and, for the last four years, twice-a-year – June and August. The next Oxted Boot Fair will be held on Sunday 18 August, as usual on Oxted’s Master Park. The Oxted…

Have your say on the draft Design Guide for future housing development across the High Weald

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

The High Weald AONB Partnership, which includes Tandridge District Council and 14 other planning authorities across Surrey, Kent and Sussex, is carrying out an eight week public consultation on the draft Design Guide for new housing development in the High Weald. The Guide aims to give clear, succinct, practical and consistent advice on design expectations for new housing development in…

Calling all parents & grandparents…volunteers needed!

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

Could you help make a difference to vulnerable  families with young children in your local area?  Are you a parent or a grandparent with 3 hours per week to spare? Many parents need help, friendship, advice or support during those early years when children are young. Your experience as a parent can help other parents.…

Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan adopted

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

The Planning Policy Committee on 25 June approved the Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan, which forms part of the Council’s wider development plan and will be used in the assessment of planning applications for the Limpsfield area. The plan has been drawn up by local residents and Limpsfield Parish Council. It sets out what Limpsfield could look…

Buy tickets for Open Air Cinema in Surrey this August for local Air Ambulance!

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex is proud to be hosting an Open Air Cinema, in association with Gatwick Airport, where they will screen the 1.21 gigawatt blockbuster, Back to the Future! The 80’s pop culture classic will be shown on a huge screen in the grounds of Gatwick Aviation Museum, in Charlwood (Surrey), on Saturday 10th August. Gates will open…

The Oxted Sessions: Stephanie Hare – Britain at a Crossroads: Huawei, The Five Eyes and The Future of 5G

By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

The United Kingdom is facing one of its biggest decisions for a generation – and, no, we don’t mean Brexit!  As the UK begins the process of rolling out 5G nationwide, and ensuring it remains at the forefront of technological development and innovation, it is faced with a conflict of interests.  The UK wants to…


By Oxted Local | 05/08/2019

Tandridge Heights Care Home in Oxted have teamed up with a local Primary School for a newly launched pen pal scheme, connecting residents within their homes with creative writing pupils.  Residents of Tandridge Heights, which is run by Barchester Healthcare, have been sharing their stories of the past with year four students, and making new…