'Bay Living' publication launched

Bay Living first edition
Bay Living first edition
1 June 2017 12:49PM

An exciting new lifestyle magazine dedicated to the unique communities of Morecambe Bay has arrived in local shops and newsagents today

Bay Living has been launched by the team based at north Lancashire and south Cumbria's most listened to radio station, The Bay.

The radio station, part of CN Group, has been working with colleagues from award winning Cumbria Life, to deliver a vibrant magazine packed with news and features aimed at those people who enjoy making the most of living in and around the bay.

The news follows a successful pilot project, 'The Bay Gateway Magazine', which the team delivered towards the end of 2016.

Managing director of The Bay, Bill Johnston said: "Bay Living will fill a huge gap in the media market across the Bay area.

"For more than 24 years our radio station has forged it's own unique identity across north Lancashire and south Cumbria and is the only media brand that serves this special part of the UK.

"To overlay our broadcast footprint with a quality lifestyle magazine is a very exciting development.

"We'll now be able to offer local companies a unique 'sound & vision' marketing solution.

"No other media company locally is able to deliver the powerful combination of broadcast, print and digital all at the same time."

'Bay Living' is a dedicated lifestyle, people and business magazine devoted solely to the unique communities around Morecambe Bay. From Barrow to Kendal, Windermere to Carnforth, Lancaster to Morecambe and everywhere in between, Bay Living's mission is to celebrate and showcase a growing, confident and very special part of the UK.

Publishing director, Richard Eccles, is excited about the launch. He said: "We will celebrate the success stories of bay people and businesses, and showcase the vibrant towns, villages and communities across the bay area.

"Our food and drink, homes and interiors, and arts and events sections will be an essential guide to life in the bay, plus there will be fashion, shopping, walking, wildlife, motoring, finance and much more."

Comment on this article

Generate a new code
Comments not OK? Click here to let us know