WE’RE passionate about the Chilterns and the best way of supporting us is to spread the word about what we’re trying to do at The Beyonder – so please do share our news, articles and pictures on Twitter and Facebook.
Like what we do? The website has been a labour of love over the past few years, so any support is gratefully received. You can buy us a coffee here – just click on the coffee cup below (and thank you!).
As well as our interest in local nature and wildlife, we’re keen to highlight the very best businesses specialising in top-quality home-grown food and drink, as well as providing an invaluable guide to the top family attractions for tourists visiting the area.
From launch, we were determined only to work with like-minded individuals and brands who share our ethos, and while we accept advertising and will team up with business partners for promotions and competitions, we retain full editorial control and will never accept payment to write about anything we don’t believe in.
So if you share our goals and believe you could help through sponsorship, advertising, prize competitions or special offers, please get in touch – we have some bargain monthly deals for companies who are equally committed to helping people enjoy the great outdoors in our area.
We do accept tickets to free shows, festivals, restaurants and events for the purpose of reviewing or publicising them on the website, but we will only focus on businesses offering the very best of customer experiences to ensure that our readers know they can trust our personal recommendations.
For years the website has been a labour of love and we are enormously grateful to a range of friends and supporters for their contributions, like the spectacular pictures featured here by Nick Bell and Graham Parkinson, along with those from regular contributors to our monthly calendar feature, like Anne Rixon and Sue Craigs Erwin.
We have given away book tokens as prizes in our monthly picture quiz, not to mention a small tipple of Campfire Gin from our friends at the Puddingstone Distillery, but we would love to feature a wider range of top-quality prizes in the future.
We also hope to feature more events for all the family, and we’re very keen to see more selective advertising, especially on our Food & Drink pages.
We’re keen to generate a debate about how to better protect our natural environment too and want to encourage input from all those interested in the magazine, so please do get in touch if you share our interests and values.
Have you got an idea about how we might work together in the future? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you.