You can expect these and more when you partner with Minuteman Press for your design, printing and marketing needs.
Minuteman Press (King's Lynn) Limited is much more than a photocopying centre. Our modern digital colour presses put vibrant colour printing within everyone's reach, at prices that are pleasantly surprising. Whether it is a simple set of business cards you are after, or a large PVC banner or poster, we are sure to have the perfect solution to help you promote and market your brand.
Let our in-house graphic design team turn your ideas into effective logos and branding and apply it across all your printed stationery such as letterheads, envelopes and labels. It doesn't stop there! We make sure your brochures and flyers match helping your brand stay consistent and professional looking. We can even apply it to promotional gifts such as mugs, mousemats, keyrings, pens, calendars, magnets and much more.
We pride ourselves on running sophisticated technology and hardware. From advanced variable data techniques which take the hassle out of communicating to your customers, to automated finishing equipment ensuring your wedding invitations, postcards or booklets are perfect every time.
We are based in the busy town of King’s Lynn, an ideal location enabling us to serve a wide area of East Anglia including Wisbech, March, Ely and Downham Market.
Minuteman Press is your first and last step in marketing and print solutions. We Design, Print & Promote...You!
A new 2.2m Port of King's Lynn storage facility is now open.
A west Norfolk insurance company is creating over 200 jobs in the area as it relocates to new premises just outside Kings Lynn.
Those looking to get in shape, or who are just addicted to fitness, will be able to work out at any time, day or night, when Kings Lynn introduces its very first 24-hr gym in September.
Housing development company, Lovell has been given a contract by Kings Lynn & West Norfolk borough council for the latest phase of a King's Lynn home development, valued at 6.5m.
King's Lynn Town Football Club has enlisted the help of the College of West Anglia (CWA) for the launch of its new football academy for new players.
Over 2,500 people participated in the Kings Lynn Grand East Anglian Run, one of the largest charity races in the region.
Staff from Adrian Flux Insurance got the chance to gunge members of the management team on Red Nose Day and raised 10,355 for Comic Relief.
A Kings Lynn primary school, the Gaywood Community Primary School, has introduced an initiative to encourage students and parents to read more.
Local students were last year invited to participate in a film-making course, Stories of Lynn, which explores some of the history of the local area. The result has been the production of a short film titled All The Fun Of The Fair and tells the history of Kings Lynn Mart.
The art collection based at the town hall of Kings Lynn has recently received a boost.