University of Cambridge starts Stoke-on-Trent hub

January 20, 2018 by  

The University of Cambridge has launched a hub within Stoke-on-Trent to encourage young people.

The idea is that 150 intelligent teenagers shall participate in a scheme for [Read more]

Northampton-based firm wants fresh fund applications

January 19, 2018 by  

Northampton-based Mick George Ltd (MGL) is seeking new community fund applicants.

MGL hopes that entries will be submitted prior to the end of [Read more]

Dockless bike initiative begins in Sheffield

January 19, 2018 by  

A new yellow bicycle scheme has just been launched within Sheffield.

A total of 1,000 bicycles are involved in the project. Leaflet printing within Sheffield can be used across the transport sector. The ofo hire company will permit people to [Read more]

Coventry University Business School nears milestone

January 18, 2018 by  

Coventry University’s Business School is poised to mark half a century of business degrees.

The university’s Faculty of Business and Law began teaching degrees in business about [Read more]

Cancer charity to host event near Hayes

January 18, 2018 by  

Cancer Research UK is promoting a summer event in the vicinity of Hayes.

The planned Race for Life is all about getting local women to raise money for a worthy cause. The hope is that [Read more]

Helensburgh charity aiming for growth

January 17, 2018 by  

The local chapter of a Christian charity with branches all across the world has announced that it is aiming to boost its membership numbers this year, so that it can do more to improve the lives of people both in the UK and abroad.

There are 28 members of Mothers Union Helensburgh at the moment, with the [Read more]

Raiders set for early Romford homecoming

January 17, 2018 by  

London Raiders are coming back to Romford earlier than planned.

The Romford Leisure Development Centre has been prepared for the return of the team. The ice rink should be ready for [Read more]

Can you reduce your print costs?

January 16, 2018 by  

We think we can.

Print technology has change dramatically over the past ten years.

Not only has the emphasis switched entirely from mono print to vibrant colour, your company should also be spending less on their annual print budget.

It makes no difference whether you are a sole proprietor or a multi-national business, your print and marketing costs should be regarded as an overhead.

With a PRINT AUDIT from Minuteman Press Kilmarnock we are confident we can reduce that overhead. Our experience has shown there is not a company on the planet that does not have ‘Savings Potential’, our challenge is to identify and quantify these savings.

Reducing costs does not have to mean sacrificing quality or service.

In Kilmarnock we have invested heavily in the latest digital technology, a strategy which allows us to guarantee a high quality product along with the quick turnaround necessary in today’s high pressure business environment.

The process is simple.

We would look at your annual print requirements and assess where the savings can be made. We would then produce a detailed report for perusal and discussion.


You are under no obligation and we will give you 10% off your first order following the audit.

For full details or to arrange a preliminary discussion please contact:

Gary McSkimming

T: 01563 550750


2-4 Old Mill Road, Kilmarnock, KA1 3AN

Jimmy Osmond set to perform in Kilmarnock

January 16, 2018 by  

One of the top pop starts of the 1970s is set to play a concert in Kilmarnock next month, giving fans in the area a chance to indulge in a little nostalgia.

Jimmy Osmond – who was known as Little Jimmy Osmond during his heyday – is a member of the famous [Read more]

Self-service beer pop-up arrives in Shoreditch

January 16, 2018 by  

A self-service beer pop-up might head to Chelmsford after stopping in Shoreditch.

The Taste This Beer (TTB) pop-up is free to enter. The festival is Shoreditch-based until [Read more]

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