Advertise With Us

Looking for ways to advertise in Bournemouth? We offer effective and competitively priced advertising on a range of digital, print and outdoor platforms. These can help you reach hundreds of thousands of people across the borough every week


BCP News magazine

The preceding councils’ magazines - BH Life, Christchurch Courier and Poole News – have now ceased.

Our new magazine is BCP News, 183,000 copies are distributed quarterly to homes in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

BCP News is one magazine, with three circulations, providing localised advertising opportunities.

Please contact BCP Council’s magazine contractor for details: 

CIS Press - Chris Hill
T. 01253 885777

Out of home

Lamp column banners

The Council carries advertising on more than 200 of its lighting columns. They are located along gateway routes into the borough and high footfall areas around the town centre. With Bournemouth receiving millions of visitors a year this represents an excellent opportunity to be highly visible.   

Lamp column banner advertising contact


The Council has 31 roundabouts with 109 signs available to get your business noticed. They are in some of the busiest and most popular locations around Bournemouth.

Download our roundabout advertising media pack or sponsorship agreement for further information, or get in touch to find out more. 

Roundabout advertising contact

Queen’s Park Golf Course

There are numerous opportunities for promoting your business around Queen’s Park Golf Course.

The golf course welcomes 40,000 visitors each year. This public open space attracts 20,000 golfers, plus park users and football fans. They take advantage of the pleasant walk to AFC Bournemouth from Winton and Charminster to King’s Park.

Download our Queens Park Golf advertising media pack for further information, or get in touch to find out more.

Queens Park Golf Course advertising contact

Big Belly Solar Bins in Bournemouth’s Lower and Central Gardens

Put your business in front of hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors within Bournemouth’s famous Lower and Central Gardens. Big Belly Solar Bins have one advertising panel each side of the bin. 

There is a minimum 4 week booking period.

Big Belly solar bins advertising contact

Seafront bastions

The Council has banner advertising opportunities at 8 seafront bastions along our busy promenade. We have  more than 6 million visitors a year, many of whom make a beeline for Bournemouth's glorious sands. The bastions offer excellent opportunities to view your message. Contact to advertise.

Wayfinder poster sites

Located throughout the town centre. The Wayfinder navigational signs featuring poster sites are ideally located in our most heavily used pedestrian areas. They are visited by millions of people every year. Contact to advertise.

Car park poster sites

Poster sites are available in our busiest car parks.

Car park poster sites enquiries

Hengistbury Head Land Train

Get your business name in front of 100,000 passengers each year! The Hengistbury Head land train attracts residents and visitors from far and wide. This makes it the perfect place to promote your business. 

A4 Posters are secured into clip frames within each carriage – there are two posters per carriage. Prices start from only £20 per month.

Town Centre Floral Displays.

This summer presents an opportunity to sponsor the beautiful floral displays in the Town Centre. Advertise your business on our floral pedestals and displays. Each presents a real visual opportunity to promote your business in high footfall areas.

Not found what you need? Get in touch

Please get in touch if we don’t currently offer an opportunity to suit you. We are happy to try and find alternative formats and platforms such as vehicles, car parks, location-based sites and more.

Contact us at to discuss your needs further.

Advertising Policy

We welcome advertising enquiries from across industry and enterprise from local businesses to multi-nationals.

Our advertising governance policy offers opportunities to as broad a range of sectors as possible. It does have a small number of restrictions in place in view of its values as a local authority.