Leaflet distribution in Hampton TW12
Who lives in Hampton TW12?
Hampton is often (mistakenly) called Hampton Court, due to the presence of Hampton Court Palace with its long history and its numerous tourists. Although Hampton Court Palace is most (in)famously associated with Henry VIII, it was never a permanent royal residence.
Quite simply it would have been effectively impossible to have managed the sort of supplies a royal palace would have needed on a long-term basis. It was, however, popular with nobles and other affluent people looking to get out of London and these days it still is.
Hampton is one of a few few delivery areas to have a top-heavy demographic. Almost half the local population is 45+, with about a third being in the 18-44 bracket. Almost two thirds of residents live as part of a couple with most of the rest living in one-person households. About a quarter of local households have children, which is actually above the London average. Almost two thirds of local residents describe themselves as associate professionals, professionals, managers or directors and income is about a third higher than for London as a whole. In other words, Hampton is a place which attracts professionals looking to start a family and keeps them when they retire, although their children may (temporarily) move out, possibly to the bright lights of the city centre.
What is the character of Hampton TW12?
The traditional heart of modern Hampton would probably still be largely recognizable to people from Henry VIII’s time although obviously the town has grown hugely since then. Hampton is highly unusual in that it largely consists of terraced and semi-detached houses and currently housing is, at most, mid rise. In other words, there are none of the high-rise, high-density blocks of flats so common closer to London.
To a large extent, Hampton is a commuter town for central London, but it does have some local industry and it also has easy transport links to Richmond, which is very much an economic hub. Hampton itself, however, is largely what it has been since Henry VIII’s time – a sleepy and traditional little town.
How can you help me with leaflet distribution in Hampton TW12?
First of all we can help you to make sure that your leaflets are up to the job. People who live in areas such as Hampton TW12 tend to be cash rich and time poor. They will tend to be unimpressed by leaflets offering the “cheapest” anything. In fact they are likely to be suspicious of anything which is too cheap. What they want is quality and value for money, so make sure your leaflet reflects that.
On the subject of value for money, we can help you to get your leaflets printed at the best possible price. We understand that our customers are looking for the most cost effective leaflet distribution in Hampton TW12 rather than the cheapest, so we look to keep costs down without sacrificing quality.
Quality is our watchword and our aim is to get perfect leaflets delivered in perfect condition – every time. In fact, that’s the Postman’s Promise. We’re so confident in our system and our operatives (who are all trained by us) that we give our customers free access to the TPP Mercury system to enable them to carry out spot checks at any time.
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