Roundabout Sponsorship

Sponsored roundabout

On average between 1500 and 1600 cars drive past Torfaen’s busier roundabouts every hour* carrying some of the many people who live and work here every day. 

Nearly 90,000 people live in Torfaen; it’s a vibrant, diverse place with excellent road and rail links. 

It is just five miles from the M4 which makes it very popular with visitors, whether they chose to walk in our stunning countryside or shop till they drop at Cwmbran Shopping, one of the largest covered shopping centres in Wales, with more than 170 shops and more than 3,000 free parking spaces. 

Sponsoring one of Torfaen's roundabouts gives you the opportunity to get your business message seen 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

Torfaen are looking for roundabout sponsors throughout the borough, from the roundabouts of the A4043 in Pontypool, those along Cwmbran Drive, to those adjacent to Cwmbran Shopping and many more. 

Roundabout Sponsorship is an affordable and cost effective way to raise the profile of your business with this large and diverse audience. 

A list of current roundabout sponsors can be downloaded here.

Current Availability

AdvertOur Roundabout Sponsorship Scheme has been very successful with many sponsors choosing to continue with their participation year after year, read below some of their comments and current availability.

"The roundabout scheme is an excellent idea to help promote your business to a wide and varied audience, it is simple to run and also gives your location an identity" Ian Solkin Best Western Parkway Hotel and Spa.

Roundabout Sponsorship Current Availability
Location of Roundabout / FlowerbedYearly Cost6 Month3 Months

splitter islands of roundabout 2 (Parkway Hotel) (A4051) x3 smaller signs 750mm x 450mm




Junction of Cwmbran Drive (A4051) & Greenforge Way  (B&Q) x 4




Junction of Chapel Street and Maendy Way - by Pontnewydd Workmans Club (x4)




Cwmbran Drive at junction with Pontrhydyrun Road




Junction of Cwmbran Drive (A4051) & Avondale Road (Ashbridge pub)




Junction of Tudor Road and St Davids, by The Tower Block




Hollybush Way / Henllys Way Roundabout  x4




Junction of Maendy Way and Greenforge Way




Junction of Ty Gwyn Way & St Dials Road by Greenmeadow Farm




Flowerbed at Fairwater bus turning area 




Prices listed excl. VAT.

* Figures independently sourced from the Capita Symmonds Travel in Greater Gwent 2009 Annual Report as submitted to the Welsh Government.

** Subject to Advertising Consent

For more information contact Sian Watkins on 01495 766810.

Last Modified: 05/12/2018
For more information contact:

Neighbourhood Services

Tel: 01495 766810


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