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Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Minuteman Press Hall Green is ideally situated between Birmingham and Solihull at the centre of the West Midland conurbation which lies at the heart of England. This local family run direct marketing services provider opened its doors in 2005 as a full service print shop and has added direct mail, promotional items and web based solutions (including research and e-commerce web sites) to the original design and print offering which are still at the core of our customer focussed business.
We understand that what we do enables our customers to enhance their profitability through our provision of hassle free value for money bespoke design and print / production / service provision. We have assisted thousands of local businesses to put their best foot forward over the last nine years. Our range of services have allowed our clients to get up and running at a pace set by them for a value which is impossible to beat. We have a diverse customer base with widely differing aims and time and time again we help them all to hit their targets on time and on budget.
We feel that we are an integral part of the Hall Green community and to this end we publish the CONNECT magazine which gives the residents information on local businesses and who to contact in emergency. We sponsor a local football team who take part in the Solihull Little League and we have been commended by the local carnival organisers for our help. We have also provided print for a number of charities during our period of tenure and will continue so to do.
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Heavy metal giant Black Sabbath has played its final gig at the NEC in Birmingham.
A plaster cast of a diplodocus will be showcased at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
An innovative wind turbine scheme is to be put into action within Tyseley in Birmingham.
The NEC in Birmingham is putting on The Clothes Show (TCS) once again.
The rebuilding of Northfield Manor House (NMH) is being proposed in the aftermath of an arson incident.
Sections of a disused railway station are to be made into a subterranean restaurant in Birmingham.
ASE (Average Speed Enforcement) cameras have recently been switched on in Birmingham.
The competition to manage the rail service for the London Midland route has altered with the withdrawal of a bidder.
The city of Birmingham has been recognised as the best performing provincial centre in the UK with regard to conferences.
The site of Northfield Manor House (NMH) in South Birmingham is about to be converted into a housing estate.
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