Advertising and sponsorship opportunities

We have a number of sites available across North Yorkshire where you can advertise your business.

Roundabout and verge sponsorship allows businesses, regardless of type or size, to advertise locally at sites across North Yorkshire. 

With up to two million passing vehicles every month, roundabout and verge sponsorship is perfect for local businesses looking for an effective, valuable and visible advertising channel. It is also a socially responsible platform with businesses supporting public amenities and services. 

To enquire about advertising opportunities please contact CP Media who manage this scheme on our behalf on 01422 322255 or visit CP Media’s website

Sites available for sponsorship

There are a number of sites available across the county including the Craven, Harrogate and Selby areas.

Craven area sponsorship sites

For further information about advertising and event sponsorship in the Craven area please complete our enquiry form.

The following types of advertising are available: 

  • roundabout advertising – a visible channel with up to 850,000 vehicles every month passing our sites in the Craven area 
  • car park advertising – target over 30,000 potential customers each month in our six busy town centre car parks:  
    • Community Centre Car Park, Ingleton 
    • Cavendish Street Car Park, Skipton  
    • Coach Street Car Park, Skipton 
    • High Street Car Park, Skipton 
    • Waller Hill Car Park, Skipton 
    • Whitefriars Car Park,Settle 
  • information screen advertising – over 1,000 people a week view our screen at Skipton’s Tourist Information Centre in the Town Hall. The second screen, located at our council offices at Belle Vue Square in Skipton, is viewed by around 500 local people each week. Monthly costs start from £20 plus VAT. Discounted rates available for those promoting at both sites 
  • Craven Leisure centre advertising – located in Aireville Park, this is a busy council run leisure centre with the opportunity to promote your business to 6,700 visitors a week. A variety of advertising sites available including digital screens, internal and external poster sites 
  • event sponsorship – we host a broad range of popular events that attract visitors from across the country and are supported by the press. Opportunities to suit all budgets, from main sponsorship to promoting your goods/services at stalls. Prices start from £50 

Harrogate sponsorship sites

The following sites are sold as seen: 

  • Ashville College/Pannal Ash Road - this roundabout is sited at the south side of Harrogate near Ashville College at the top of five roads: Pannal Ash Road, Yew Tree Lane, Green Lane, Whinney Lane and Beckwith Road. It is planted with shrubs 
  • Buttersdyke Bar - this roundabout is the main entrance to Harrogate on the A61 Leeds Road with exits off to the A658 towards Bradford and Wetherby/York. It is one of Harrogate's busiest roundabouts with heavy traffic flow at peak times 
  • Claremont roundabout, Victoria Avenue – this roundabout in the centre of Harrogate is planted with shrubs which surround a large cedar tree 
  • Crown, Montpellier, Low Harrogate – situated in the heart of Montpellier Quarter, this roundabout is planted with seasonal bedding 
  • East Parade - this landscaped area in the centre of Harrogate is planted with roses and mature trees 
  • Empress roundabout - provides the main traffic interchange for the Skipton/Wetherby/Knaresborough roads and the town centre. It is planted with shrubs and seasonal bedding 
  • Kestrel roundabout, Wetherby Road - this roundabout provides the main traffic interchange for Harrogate/York/Wetherby/Leeds and Bradford. Traffic flow is heavy 
  • Kings Road at the junction of Alexandra Road - this is a triangular landscaped area running alongside Kings Road opposite the Holiday Inn and Harrogate International Centre. It is grassed with rosebeds 
  • Kings Road at the junction of Strawberry Dale Avenue – this is a small landscaped bed planted with shrubs. Traffic flow past the site is heavy 
  • Montpellier Road at the junction of Ripon Road - this is a small raised bed at the corner of the gardens facing Ripon Road. Traffic flow is heavy past the site and is often standing, offering great visibility 
  • Morrisons roundabout, Hookstone Chase - a busy roundabout at the entrance to Morrisons supermarket at the foot of Hookstone Chase between Harrogate and Starbeck 
  • New Park roundabout - a busy roundabout providing the main traffic interchange for the Skipton Road/Ripon Road. It is planted with shrubs and seasonal bedding 
  • Odeon roundabout - stands in the centre of Harrogate and is planted with mature trees 
  • Pannal traffic lights - this is a landscaped area at Spacey Houses at the junction of the A61. It is planted with roses. Traffic flow is heavy past the site 
  • Prince of Wales roundabout - is Harrogate's flagship roundabout and provides the main traffic interchange for Leeds. The site is mainly seasonal bedding 
  • St George's roundabout - this busy roundabout is on Leeds Road on the south side of Harrogate and is planted with a combination of shrubs and seasonal bedding 
  • Station Avenue at the junction of North Park Road - this landscaped area faces a busy thoroughfare close to many of the businesses near the town centre. It is planted with shrubs 
  • Victoria Avenue at the junction of Station Parade - this landscaped area covers either side of Station Parade, the main route through the town centre. It is planted with a combination of shrubs and seasonal bedding 
  • Westmoreland Street/Skipton Road - this landscaped area runs alongside Skipton Road where it meets Westmoreland Street in Harrogate. This is a busy section of the road next to traffic lights. The site is planted with a combination of shrubs and seasonal bedding 

Knaresborough sponsorship sites

The following sites are available: 

  • Knaresborough bypass roundabout at Wetherby Road – a busy roundabout planted with shrubs 
  • Knaresborough bypass roundabout at York Road – a busy roundabout planted with a sea of red roses 
  • Manse Lane – at the entrance to Manse Lane, this area is visible from the busy A59 York Road. The site is planted with seasonal bedding 
  • St James’ Retail Park roundabout – at the entrance to the retail park, this roundabout is grass covered and takes high volumes of traffic entering the park seven days a week 
  • World’s End – this area runs alongside Bond End on the way into Knaresborough. It is a busy section of the road next to traffic lights and is planted with a combination of shrubs and seasonal bedding 

Ripon sponsorship sites

The following sites are available: 

  • Bedern Bank - this roundabout links Skell Bank and Bondgate Green to the Minster area. The site is a combination of grass and seasonal bedding 
  • Ripon bypass A61 at Boroughbridge Road - this roundabout is on the busy bypass between Harrogate that skirts Ripon and connects the Harrogate Road to the A1. It is planted with shrubs and grass 
  • Ripon bypass A61 at Dallamires Lane - this roundabout is on the busy bypass between Harrogate that skirts Ripon and connects the Harrogate Road to the A1. It is planted with shrubs and grass 
  • Ripon bypass A61 at Harrogate Road - this roundabout is on the busy bypass between Harrogate that skirts Ripon and connects the Harrogate Road to the A1. It is planted with shrubs and grass 
  • Ripon bypass A61 at Rotary Lane - this roundabout is on the busy bypass between Harrogate that skirts Ripon and connects the Harrogate Road to the A1. It is planted with shrubs and grass 
  • Ripon bypass A61 at Sharow Lane - this roundabout is on the busy bypass between Harrogate that skirts Ripon and connects the Harrogate Road to the A1. It is planted with shrubs and grass 
  • Welcome to Ripon landscaped area – marking the entrance to Ripon this landscaped area stands between Harrogate Road and Quarry Moor Lane. This is a busy section of road next to traffic lights 

Selby sponsorship sites

There are a number of roundabout sites around Selby that can be sponsored. Further details of these sites can be found on CP Media’s website.