Investing in New Print Equipment

June 30, 2016 by  

Minuteman Press in Glasgow have recently invested in new equipment to further enhance their capabilities within their location in Glasgow High Street. Among these is a roll laminator allowing them to improve turnaround times on items such as menus, business cards, laminated posters and of course items such a laminated flyers and postcards.

“This brings us so much more flexibility and control”, says owner Habeel Tariq. “It helps us improve our timescales in which jobs are completed and ensure the quality is exactly as our customers expect”, he added.

Minuteman Press are based in Glasgow High Street where they have served the business community for over 15 years.

Croxley Green Business Park launches art contest

June 30, 2016 by  

Watford’s Croxley Green Business Park (CGBP) has launched an arts-based competition aimed at school children.

The competition is an effort to [Read more]

Former fire station in Wrexham for sale

June 29, 2016 by  

A former fire station in Wrexham has been put up for sale.

It is estimated that the old station could fetch a sum of around [Read more]

Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs Annual Meeting

June 28, 2016 by  

In Balloch recently the Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs held its annual general meeting and awards ceremony.

This is an independent conservation and heritage charity for the National Park area, and for over 35 years has been working to protect, promote and provide for this area that extends to 720 square miles.  The land includes mountains, lochs and glens and many people visit the area each year, including many writers and artists for hundreds of years.  However 30,000 years ago the area was under ice, including the top of Ben Lomond!  It was first settled around 7000 years ago and was just outwith the Romanised area of Britain, though no doubt seeing many skirmishes!

The Friends first started off in Balloch as a group to stop the proposed hydro electric scheme and really took off and caught the imagination with over 200,000 people signing the petition (remember this is pre-internet days!).  Whilst winning this battle, they encountered many more over the years from forest issues to housing to leisure.

Groups like the Friends can benefit from using local printers to produce booklets, guides and leaflets on all that the area offers.

Milton Keynes debut for brass band

June 28, 2016 by  

A brass band that specialises in the music of India is set to add something a little different to the [Read more]

Car dealership headed for Wembley

June 27, 2016 by  

A car dealership from the North East of England is on its way to Wembley to discover if it has secured an award.

Blackshaws, the car dealership in question, has [Read more]

Unique exhibition opens in Preston

June 26, 2016 by  

Those living in Preston are being given the opportunity to explore areas of their city that are often [Read more]

Potters Bar wartime history revealed in book

June 25, 2016 by  

A new book is set to be published later this year, written by a historian, which explores [Read more]

Warrington Collegiate celebrates student achievements

June 24, 2016 by  

Warrington Collegiate, a provider of vocational education, recently recognised the achievements of its [Read more]

Oxford to get park and rides

June 23, 2016 by  

Several park and ride spots are being planned for sites on the outskirts of Oxford, with the hope being that the project will be completed by sometime during 2031.

Oxfordshire County Council has published a [Read more]

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