Should you be considering having a free diary produced but not quite sure, let us send you some samples of previous publications. This can be done by using our contact form or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please see below flipbooks of actual diaries we have produced. (Permission has been given by clients for us to publish online)
Carlisle Cathedral is a free, church of England diary which consists of a colour laminated cover and eighty pages of inner pages. At the start of the diary there is an introduction about the cathedral, service times, gift shop information, cathedral café information. The follows a complete year calendar with a week per a page, notable dates, and other useful information. At the back of the diary there are pages for upcoming engagements, address pages and personal notes followed by some popular prayers.
These provide a valuable resource and are extremely popular as we supply them with our compliments and free of any cost. Charities can use the free diary to help raise essential funds.
Below is the diary we produced for the Enterprise Club, a charity for disabled people in Coventry. The charity was founded in 1938 and receives no statutory funding. They are reliant on internal fund raising and donations. The charity must raise approximately £100,000 per year to keep its premises open, to run 3 minibuses and provide the valuable service they offer. The diary consists of a glossy colour cover and eight inner pages. There is information about the Enterprise club and other useful information as well as note pages and a complete year diary.
The below church diary is a free publication we produced for St. Marys Lanark roman catholic church.
With a full colour image of the church on the front and back cover finished with a high gloss lamination.
The 80 inner pages consists of church contact details and dates and times of the masses and services. Following on from this we have sunrise and sunset times for 2022 and 2023 and notable dates for the year. A full year liturgical calendar with a week per a page, forward engagements, an address book, personal notes and finally various popular prayers.
The Exe sailing club diary is an example of the diaries we publish for sports clubs.
The diary is complimentary, printed and published free of any cost to the sailing club. It contains a wealth of useful information including key dates, the tide tables and times of sunrise and sunset.
The production of the diary is 100% funded by local businesses who place adverts within the diary and continue to support the club.