SUPPORT THE DELVIN VILLAGE WEBSITE & ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS FOR €50 PER YEAR

With the best will in the world, this website does cost money to run and a LOT of time is invested in managing the site and the associated social media channels.

If you run a local business or you provide a service to people living and working in the Delvin area, you can advertise on this website for a €50 annual fee. In return, you will receive:

A self-managed web page where you can enter your key business information
Listing in the Business Directory (available 24/7)
Use of the What’s On Guide and Noticeboard functions to advertise events, promotions, vacancies etc.*
Periodic promotion via the Delvin Westmeath social media channels**
Acknowledgment in the periodic newsletter**

How It Works

Setup Your Account

Choose a user name, enter a valid email address and set a secure password.

Create Your PROFILE

Enter some information about your business and upload some photos.

Pay By CarD

Pay your €50 fee by credit or debit card. Payments processed using Stripe.

AWAIT APPROVAL

Your profile will be live once it has been approved - normally within 24 hours. 

Once your profile is live, you will be able to change your own photos and content. In time, you will also be able to post your own updates and events. Note that all amendments are subject to approval.

Click Here To Begin

* If you submit an item to a local newspaper, you will normally put the wording together yourself and spend a lot more money for it to appear in one edition, so please submit your content "ready to go". Reasonable use limits also apply.    
** Your payment goes towards website costs. The website, social media channels, and newsletters are managed by one person on a predominantly voluntary basis, so updates are dependent on the time that is available. If you are the type who will count the number of times an advert is shared on Facebook in return for your €50 payment, please look elsewhere! I am a professional web manager and that €50 payment wouldn't buy you a lot of time in my "day job".