Reach the Midlands and the Shropshire County area by advertising at Craven Arms railway station with Transport Media, the rail advertising specialists.
Craven Arms is part of the group of cities of the Midlands British area, which link it north and south to the larger towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow respectively. The town is enclosed to the north by the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and to the south is the fortified manor house of Stokesay Castle. Your campaign could be seen by the annual passenger journeys of over 100,000 placing your brand at the forefront of Midlands’s area.
Craven Arms is a market and business town for the surrounding rural area, with a number of shops, banks, estate agents, a supermarket, an abattoir and many commercial/light industrial businesses, hosting daily traders and buyers commuting Craven Arms. It has recently gone through a phase of expansion and this looks set to continue with the South Shropshire District Council aiming to become the district’s second main market town.
It is also a visitor destination, being home or nearby to a number of attractions, and being central for visitors to the area of outstanding natural beauty. It describes itself as the “Gateway to the Marches”. Three are main visitor attractions in the Craven Arms: Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, a centre featuring exhibits about the county’s geography; and Stella Mitchell’s Land of Lost Content Museum, a collection of 20th century memorabilia in addition to the Stokesay Castle, a fortified manor house.
By advertising at train stations you can spread your audience nationally, covering both local commuters and tourists visitors. Managed by Arriva Trains Wales, the railway station runs regular services to Carmarthen, Manchester Piccadilly via Cardiff Central, Hereford, Shrewsbury, and Crewe. Others operate in in direction between Swansea and Shrewsbury along the Heart of Wales Line.
Advertising formats at the station include 6 sheets and train car panels.
Transport Media offers rail advertising across all stations in the UK.