Brochure printing in Chelmsford gets spring theatre off to a flying start

January 31, 2011 by  

The spring programmes for the two theatres located in Chelmsford were recently announced and are set to be publicised throughout the town over coming weeks. The Civic Theatre and The Cramphorn Theatre are both set to showcase a variety of different acts over the next few months, with shows ranging from murder mysteries to rock and pop concerts. The two theatres are an important part of the arts and culture scene in the area so it is important that these shows are promoted in the correct way by using services like brochure printing. Chelmsford theatre enthusiasts often look forward to [Read more]

Pioneering magazine project fuels the need for digital printing in Cardiff

January 30, 2011 by  

Local printing companies in Cardiff are welcoming a new artistic venture that highlights the different uses for digital printing. Cardiff students are collaborating with local creatively minded people to produce the Hours Zine, a self-funded magazine that will showcase a range of photographic talent from around the city. The idea for the Zine is that each person involved gets a disposable camera and 24 hours to capture life in Cardiff. This will then be printed and distributed throughout the city. The collective behind the Hours Zine are not the only ones to cotton onto the benefits of digital printing. There are other magazines based in Cardiff, such as Cardiff Life and Buzz Mag – both of which celebrate [Read more]

Popular walking trails in Leicestershire is publicised using flyer printing

January 29, 2011 by  

Lutterworth and Leicestershire authorities have recently been singing the praises of the countryside walking trails available in the region and are urging local people to take to them as part of their new year’s exercise regime. Leicestershire County Council have published a series of leaflets featuring information on a variety of walks, from short strolls to walks that last an entire day. These leaflets are available as downloads from the council’s website but can also be ordered by contacting the council directly. Local authorities often produce [Read more]

Urban village plans could see demand increase for digital printing

January 28, 2011 by  

Dunfermline is set to undergo a major transformation following the proposal for plans for an ‘urban village’ to be built in the city centre. The city has been in need of a new lease of life for a while now and the urban village could be just the boost it needs. The development will be made up of homes, leisure space, retail units and a hotel, all of which will bring much-needed jobs to the area. Local print companies in Dunfermline are hoping to play a significant part in this development by helping the developers convey the benefits of the site to local residents via the medium of digital printing. Dunfermline residents have been largely supportive of this move although there are a few that may still be undecided as to whether this is the right thing to do for the city. By using digital printing services, Dunfermline urban village’s developers can communicate with local residents via posters, flyers or brochures to extoll the virtues that the site will bring to the area.

The urban village development in Dunfermline is being encouraged by members of local authorities as it is hoped that the centre will help the city to shake off the shadow of unemployment and recession that has stood over the region over recent months. Despite recent government announcements that the economy is not growing as much as had been hoped, Dunfermline residents remain optimistic that the urban village development will go ahead and with the right kind of promotions done using digital printing, this Dunfermline venture will be a success.

Five Gold Rings initiative is set to raise awareness of Olympics activities via digital printing

January 28, 2011 by  

Basingstoke residents are currently enjoying the start of the build up to the London 2012 Olympic Games and are planning a number of events and initiatives to celebrate this. Even though the games do not take place until next year, there is already a buzz in the air surrounding the sporting event thanks to the Five Gold Rings project which is being championed by the council. The project encourages community activities and events and many of these are being promoted around the town using [Read more]

Dunfermline ‘urban village’ plans unveiled

January 27, 2011 by  

Top-class shopping, a boutique hotel, a large chain bar/restaurant, flats and affordable housing are all part of the expanded plans for the former Dunlop and Castleblair factory sites in Dunfermline’s Pilmuir Street.

Developers want to breathe new life into listed buildings which once provided thousands of jobs in the linen industry but are currently derelict eyesores.

Music festival hopefuls may use banner printing in Ware to stand out from the crowds

January 27, 2011 by  

Local bands are hoping to try their luck at the chance to play the region’s very own music festival this summer. Rock in the Priory is to be held on 24th July 2011 at Ware Priory and is calling for local bands and musicians to get involved by sending in demo tapes of their music to the selection committee. Bands who make it through could hope to raise their [Read more]

Litter pick-up shows environmental awareness thanks to printing services in Loughborough

January 26, 2011 by  

Pupils from a local Leicester school were recently involved in an event to help make the region cleaner and tidier. The huge litter pick up was championed by pupils from Shelthorpe Community School and involved students, teachers and members of the community. This kind of positive environmental initiative is something that is becoming ever-more commonplace throughout the UK and Leicestershire is a shining example when it comes to [Read more]

Flyer printing could reduce Ayr College’s parking problems

January 25, 2011 by  

Ayr College is facing a serious dispute with residents living near to the academic institute due to disagreements over parking. The college has closed one of its main car parks, leading to students parking their vehicles on local residential streets in lieu of anywhere official to park. Local residents have complained to the college and to the council on the ground that the roads are congested, residents have nowhere to park and the fact that [Read more]

Consortium helps companies to pioneer new technologies for digital printing in Cambridge

January 24, 2011 by  

The Novel Applications for Printing Consortium is based in Cambridge and works with global business leaders such as Unilever and Mars pet food to bring together ideas that can change or improve the way that printing happens across the globe, from traditional analogue methods to ground-breaking digital printing. Cambridge has long-since been a centre for innovation and new thinking, thanks to its extremely strong academic background that has encouraged [Read more]

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