Advertising in the Jubilee Summer Fair Programme

Advertisements are welcome in our Summer Fair Programme - usually 12 or 16 pages, A5, 4-colour throughout - which gives brief details of all the stallholders and the day's entertainments programme.

Advertising in the Chislehurst Rotary Jubilee Summer Fair Programme

Two weeks before the event these Programmes are distributed around Chislehurst shops, surgeries, restaurants, etc.  As well as being handed out at local railways stations a few days before and, of course, circulated on the day.

Advertising Copy should be sent to Jan Ward - (0208 295 1945).  Please call if you have any queries.  Deadline: Tuesday 3rd May 2022


Advertisements can be placed in the Programme at the following costs:


Ad. Sizes


Full Page  145mm wide x 190mm deep



½ Page Landscape (horizontal) 145mm wide x 90mm deep 




¼ Page Landscape (horizontal)  70mm wide x 90mm deep






•  A quarter-page, without graphics, will take a maximum of about 85 words, in a font size of 10pt (12px). 

•  Text must be reduced if you wish to include graphics; so a graphic that is to occupy half of a quarter-page will reduce wordage to around 40.

•  Larger font sizes will also reduce available wordage proportionately. 

•  All copy should be provided ideally in an electronic format as the correct size graphics file (.jpg or .pdf at min 300dpi), or as text, plus a graphic (e.g. a logo).

•  If provided in printed form (eg business card or existing leaflet) it should be within the sizes given above.

•  If graphics or printed copy are provided larger than the required size, and we need to resize to         accommodate it; we cannot accept any responsibility for the resultant quality. 


Payment for Advertisement by Cheque: Cheques should be made payable to Don Overton and sent to: 

Jan Ward (E-Mail: jan@ewpconsulting.comTel: 020 8295 1945)

Chislehurst Rotary Club, 

27 Clifford Avenue, 


Kent BR7 5DY.


Payment for Advertisement by BACS:

Account Name: Don Overton

Account Sort Code: 07-01-16

Account No: 119224468

Reference:  Chislehurst Rotary 


The above Bank Account can also be used to pay for Pitches.


Fair Programme


Please note that the deadline for copy is Friday 15th April 2022 but you are advised to submit as early as possible to ensure your advertisement can be accommodated.  Your advertisement is not accepted until payment has been received. If not paid prior to the deadline, the advertisement may not be included in the programme and any monies received subsequently would then be refunded. 


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Welcome to the website of the Rotary Club of Chislehurst, a very lively, active club of which I have the honour of being President during the year 2022-2023.


Booking conditions and application form for pitch(es) at the Summer Fair.


A plan of the area of Chislehurst Common for the Jubilee Chislehurst Summer Fair on Saturday 11th June showing the layout of pitches (subject to change as necessary).


The Safeguarding regulations that are observed by Chislehurst Rotary

Since 1967, the Chislehurst Rotary Club has been a source of enjoyment to its members and the local community.

Our members enjoy an active social programme and the opportunity to help others. The Rotary Club encourages service to the community both locally and internationally.


Providing food for public consumption is subject to food safety law. The information on this page will help you to decide if you can provide food at one of our events and, if so, what additional steps you may need to take to protect the public.


The Programme for the Summer Fair contains the plan of the fair, list of exhibitors, the entertainments schedule, and advertisements by our very generous sponsors.


Advertisements are welcome in our Summer Fair Programme - usually 12 or 16 pages, A5, 4-colour throughout - which gives brief details of all the stallholders and the day's entertainments programme.


Rotary Clubs operate within areas of service - to their local, national and international communities and to the Club itself. The service areas within our Club are: Community; International; Foundation (Rotary"™s charity organisation); Club; and Social.


Advertising in the Summer Fair Programme


Community Service is the Club's link with the local community. Emphasis is placed on links within the immediate Chislehurst area, where substantial efforts and contributions are made to help local charities and to undertake projects to help those in need.


We are a small, but enthusiastic, Club with a strong commitment to helping those less fortunate overseas; ensuring that any aid is provided where it is needed and managed locally so that all funds are used wisely and effectively.


The Rotary Foundation is a world wide charity whose aim is to support the efforts of Rotary International in its mission to achieve worldwide understanding and peace through local and national humanitarian, educational and cultural support programmes.


The Club Service Committee works with our elected Club Council to ensure, as far as possible, the smooth running of the Club


The Social team (a sub-committee of Club Service) deals with all the social aspects of the Club. If we can raise some money for charity, then that is an extra bonus!!


Becoming part of the Rotary family.