A-ha! Publications

A-ha! offer a suite of local and informative guides designed to meet the needs of target audiences when they are most receptive to the content within. Our publications are designed to take advantage of our literature display infrastructure which makes them uniquely accessible and relevant.

A-ha! guides all share the following characteristics:

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Lake District Cumbria Events Guide


This annual A5 guide is packed full of details on local information, free and paid-for events from March-December. Supported with advertising features on things to see and do, places to eat, drink and stay, attractions to visit, relaxation spas and more, it is now one of the most eagerly anticipated publications within the region. It is retained by residents and tourists alike and is distributed and regularly restocked throughout the year by A-ha! through our standard leaflet rack network in Cumbria and Tourist Information Centres.

View a digital page-turning copy of the latest Cumbria Events Guide here.

“Unlock your Adventures” Pocket Guides

Our handy fold out pocket sized guides for The Lake District, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and The Yorkshire Dales are packed full of “things for people to see and do”, area maps, details of attractions, activities, and useful local information.

The pocket guides are designed to be given to visitors upon arrival or picked up by the visitor themselves whilst beginning to explore the area. These pocket guides also feature our Tourism Information QR codes, directing visitors to client websites for further information and to book tickets.


Windermere Lake User Guide


We are delighted to be bringing back this publication full of information on where to catch ferries, hire boats, access the footpaths, explore the cycle routes and find the lake-shore towns’ facilities such as toilets and cafés.

As well as featuring in our rack network around Windermere, the Lake Guide is also supplied to designated Park Rangers, tourist information centres and advertisers around the Lake.