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Printing Services in Oxford, England
Minuteman Press Oxford is your local printing and copying centre. We are locally based in Oxford and service the communities of Oxford, Grandpont, and Binsey. We specialize in full colour printing and copying services as well as graphic design and finishing services. We can also produce high quality colour copies and digital prints. And don't forget to ask about our mailing and direct mail marketing capabilities.
Some of our more popular printed products include: brochures, business cards, envelopes, flyers, invitations, labels, letterheads, newsletters, postcards, and presentation folders. Call today for a free quote or request a quote online!
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Photographs have been released offering a sneak peek at a childrens hospice in Oxford that has been undergoing a substantial revamp, courtesy of NHS England and the generosity of people in the area.
A martial arts club in Oxford will soon be giving prospective members an additional reason to sign up, as a brand new boxing ring is added to its facilities following a major cash injection.
The drug experts working at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in the Oxford suburb of Headington have been nominated by a former patient for the Hospital Heroes awards, created by the Oxford Mail newspaper.
Following a two-year absence, greyhound racing may be set for an Oxford Stadium revival, if plans for leasing the ground come to fruition.
Oxford primary school children have earned themselves a shot at dance glory, after securing a spot in the final of the nationwide competition the Great Big Dance Off.
A bicycle shop that has been a fixture in Oxford for over 30 years has opened its doors at its old premises again, one year after suffering a devastating fire.
The construction of a new pavilion in Oxford, which forms part of an overall programme of pavilion modernisation being undertaken by the City Council, has got underway.
Following recent initiatives to increase the numbers frequenting the town centre in Abingdon, a prominent councillor for the town near Oxford is now keen to see the many businesses there benefit. The initiatives have included a two-hour free period of parking in all of the car parks in the town centre, and they have seen local pubs like The Narrows and the Abingdon Museum thrive.
If all over-50s ate just one apple every day, around 8,500 heart attack deaths and strokes in the UK could be avoided each year, according to research from the University of Oxford.
Teachers and pupils at Pegasus Primary School now have access to a modern reading room facility thanks to a successful fundraising drive.