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Printing Services in Poole, Dorset, England
Welcome to Minuteman Press, Poole.
We are a family run PRINTING, COPY AND DESIGN COMPANY, established for over 15 years and based at Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone, Poole.
Whatever your printing or copying needs we pride ourselves on total commitment to customer satisfaction and fast turnaround times.
We offer LITHOGRAPHIC AND DIGITAL PRINTING of letterheads, business cards, leaflets, brochures, price lists, menus, invoices, delivery notes, booklets, newsletters, corporate folders – in general, any item that is ink or toner printing onto paper or card.
We are a FULL SERVICE COPYING CENTRE for volume colour or black and white copying and for architectural plans (A0, A1 and A2).
With full GRAPHIC DESIGN SERVICES available on site, we can take your concepts and ideas and provide you with logos, business stationery and promotional printing that you can be proud of.
We have FREE CUSTOMER PARKING to the rear of our premises in the lower car park.
We believe it is more than just ink on paper! To experience what we can offer you contact us now on 01202 734200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Opening Hours are Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm.
We are Closed on Bank Holidays.
News About Printing in Poole, Dorset
Work has now begun on a new prefabricated school for children in Poole, with over 40 special modular units having arrived at the building site in Constitution Hill Road.
The bus shelters within Poole and the wider Bournemouth area look set to become far more pleasant places to spend time at, thanks to a refurbishment plan costing 1m.
A school in Poole that happened to open its doors on the exact same date that the Second World War began marked the 75th anniversary recently, through a street party with a World War Two theme.
A primary school located in the Parkstone area of Poole that suffered severe fire damage in March 2013 has revealed a plaque marking this date, and celebrating the new and improved facilities.
The sole remaining ship from the D-Day operation in World War Two, HMS Medusa, was officially adopted recently by the Borough of Poole.
The problems with potholed road surfaces in areas of Poole has been ongoing for some time, but work on repairing them has now begun, thanks to cash provided by the local council.
With the role played by Poole in both the First and Second World War set to be commemorated throughout the summer, local arts groups have been ensuring that these events will have a distinctly creative spin.
A special prize in a nationwide money management competition has been awarded to some young people in Poole.
An ambitious plan to redevelop Poole Stadium, with the aim of bringing competitive football back to the town, has secured the crucial support of the local council.
Children at a Poole nursery school enjoyed an unusual event recently, when a local ice sculptor attended to teach them more about the artworks he creates.