Free Marketing Resource for Businesses

This section of the website has been developed as a resource for businesses in the Chilterns to help them promote the Chilterns as a visitor destination. Communicating the special qualities of the Chilterns to your visitors is good for your business, making visitors aware of the wonderful countryside, activities and attractions, and encouraging them to keep coming back.

Top 5 marketing tools to promote your business in the naturally outstanding Chilterns.

1. Use the 'Choose the Chilterns' logo

The Choose the Chilterns logo instantly identifies your business as part of the Chilterns brand. Download the logo to use on all your promotional materials, including websites, advertisements, printed materials and press releases.

Logo in SVG format (best for digital and print)

Logo in optimised PNG format (alternative for digital)

Logo in EPS format (best for print)

High resolution JPG (alternative for printed leaflets)

2. Put the Chilterns on the map

 

Research shows that a good proportion of people outside the Chilterns have heard of the Chilterns but have little idea where it is or what it has to offer. This overview map helps to put the Chilterns in context and shows its proximity to international icons such as Windsor Castle and Oxford. We can email you this map to use on your website or other marketing - click here to request a map. 

 

 

3. Use inspirational images

Aston Rowant Nature ReserveImages posted in our Press Gallery capture many of the much-loved features of the Chilterns. The images are available from us free of charge to promote Chilterns tourism, for use on your website and in other promotional activities. Good quality mages are almost always widely shared on social media. All the images are labelled, simply contact us stating which images you are interested in.

4. Make your business stand out by sourcing Chilterns Food and Drink

5. Share what makes the Chilterns special

People who know the Chilterns quote these experiences amongst their favourite things:

Hartslock Nature Reserve, near Goring"It’s the way the sunlight filters through beech leaves overarching country lanes. The sight and sound of a red kite, gently circling with its soft, whistling call. Timeless views from grassy hilltops, looking down on peaceful farmlands. A fragrant carpet of bluebells, stretching as far as the eye can see. The exhilaration of a cycle ride along a challenging woodland track. A village green, discovered suddenly down a quiet lane. The lazy luxury of a cool day on the river. Shop windows lighting up the dusk in a cosy market town. The glint of frost on bare, sculpted hedgerows. The warming glow of a delicious meal, served by the fireside in a country pub."

Hughenden ManorAdd the interest of our man-made heritage — attractions which range from museums or windmills to vintage railways and lavish historic homes. We admire their treasures, love their nostalgia and enjoy their insight into famous characters or how things were made or used.

6. Join the Chilterns Tourism Network

Rumsey's Cafe, Wendover

The Chilterns Tourism Network (CTN) is a group of 200+ Chilterns businesses with an interest in promoting the Chilterns destination brand and developing the visitor economy. A broad range of interests are represented including accommodation providers, visitor attractions, theatres, pubs, specialist food providers, museums, tour operators, countryside sites, market towns, local authorities and statutory tourism bodies. The CTN is focusing on leisure visitors and in particular the short break market for sustainable tourism ‘get out of town breaks’.

Joining the CTN is free and it is a great opportunity to meet other tourism businesses, attend networking and training events, receive e-newsletters and regular tourism updates. Simply email us with your details to join, or for further details about the Chilterns Tourism Network click here. 

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