About the Limavady Chronicle

Selling more than twice as many newspapers than all the combined competition, the Chronicle is the Causeway Coasts leading local newspaper. No other local newspaper comes close to theChronicle in terms of quality content and extensive coverage.

Since it’s launch in 1844, the Chronicle has become an institution throughout the North Coast serving the main towns of Coleraine, Ballycastle, Ballymoney, Limavady, Portrush, Portstewart and Bushmills. It is aimed at the local government districts of Coleraine, Moyle, Ballymoney and Limavady. Not only can the Chronicle claim to be the largest selling weekly newspaper in the North Coast, selling twice as many newspapers in comparison to the combined sales of its competitors, but also the second largest weekly newspaper in Northern Ireland.

Situated in the North West of Ireland the Limavady Borough has a population of approximately 31,200, 30% of which is below 15 years of age. Population growth in the area from 1981 to 1996 was 15%, the fastest in the Province.

The quality of the workforce is a major influence for investment. Third level education, research & development and training needs of the region are closely aligned to the employment needs of the region. The City of Derry Airport at Eglinton is only a 15 minute drive from Limavady and the town is a one hour journey from Belfast International Airport. Londonderry’s port at Lisahally is the UK’s most westerly port and is a mere 20 minutes drive from Limavady.

The Roe Valley offers a breathtaking range of beautiful scenery from the Sperrin Mountains Foyle estuary and Roe Valley Country Park to the extensive white sands of Benone Beach.