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Printing Services in Preston, England
Minuteman Press Preston is your local printing and copying centre. We are locally based in Preston and service the communities of Preston, Leyland, Chorley, Southport, and Lancaster. 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!
News About Printing in Preston
A funfair ride based on the much-loved Wallace and Gromit films is due to be opened shortly as part of a new attraction at Blackpool Pleasure Beach theme park.
Plans to expand a popular Preston shopping centre, Deepdale, have been given the go-ahead from Lancashire County Council.
An ex-smoker from Lancashire is the new face of a regional anti-smoking campaign which is aiming to make local smokers think If they can quit, so can I.
Prestons small businesses and those in the wider county area of Lancashire are being encouraged to take advantage of a tax relief system that could see entrepreneurs better off, which in turn could help more local firms to prosper.
The neighbouring towns of Poulton and Carleton in Lancashire are set to get a long-awaited footbridge link between the two areas as part of upgrade works to the Blackpool to Preston railway line.
Residents in Lancashire are being urged to check information on bin collections over the festive period.
A local Lancashire butcher has won an esteemed prize for a pudding and now has the certificate to prove it.
Plans are being put in place to turn Preston High Street into a traffic free zone to allow shoppers to browse without interruption.
People aged over 60 years old in the Lancashire region are set to benefit from a new booklet, which gives an overview of the financial help that they are entitled to from the government.
The chief of a rail company has vowed to create new jobs at Preston train station following a successful takeover bid.