Duplication, Digital & Large Format Printing for ‘Teens and Toddlers’, London Bridge

Printing for Teens and ToddlersThe London Bridge branch of Southside Print recently produced printing and duplication work for Teens and Toddlers, which is based in Tooley Street near London Bridge SE1.

Digital and large format printing

A1 large format display board

The work produced for Teens & Toddlers included:

  • A 4-page brochure (shown above) which was produced as A3 full colour print-outs that were then creased and folded down to A4. This particular job used 350gsm ‘Essential Gloss’ stock and the design and artwork were supplied by the client;
  • An A1 display panel (shown above right) which was printed on our large format printing press and produced using a 190gsm full colour print mounted to foam board. Again, the design and artwork were supplied by the customer.

Southside Print London Bridge produced both jobs entirely in-house using our digital printing/copying service and large format printing facilities. Click the links to learn more about those printing services.

About Teens and Toddlers

Teens and Toddlers is an award-winning organisation that exists to support young people, particularly the disadvantaged and those who have abandoned hope of achieving well at school. What makes the organisation out of the ordinary is that teenagers mentor younger children, the aim being to build life skills, self-belief and confidence in the teenager, thereby enhancing success at school and ultimately within both the workplace and community. The toddlers involved benefit enormously too. Mentoring of younger children by teenagers was shown to Read more

Digital printing for The Fawcett Society

Printing for The Fawcett Society

Application form printed by Southside Print, London BridgeJust around the corner from Southside Print’s London Bridge branch is the HQ of The Fawcett Society, which has its base in Union Street, SE1. Southside Print has recently produced printing and duplication for the Society including full colour A5 leaflets which were digitally printed onto 330gsm smooth white ‘Advocat’ board, AGM letters which were mail merged with a supplied database then printed/duplicated in black and white and some additional documents which were photocopied for the same event. The whole process was turned around very quickly. Design and artwork was supplied by the Society. Contact Southside Print here or call 020 7378 6754 if you have any similar requirements — we’d be delighted to help. You can also request a quotation online here.

About The Fawcett Society

In 1866 two sisters, Elizabeth Garett Anderson and Millicent Garett Fawcett (nee Garett), started their life-long campaign for women to get the vote and equal rights. It took them 60 years to achieve this goal, one which has since shaped women’s rights in so many areas of life, “helping to bring about a society where the gender you are does not limit the life chances you have” to quote their mission statement. The two women were extremely hard-working and knowledgeable and, with help from family and the suffragettes, became a force to be reckoned with.

Elizabeth died in 1917 and Millicent in 1929 but their work and legacy positively impacts society to this day — the Fawcett Society continues the hard work started by the two sisters from their HQ in London SE1 with a dedicated team launching campaigns, providing up-to-date news on all related issues and bringing about support for women in all aspects of life.

Campaigns

The Society’s most recent campaigns have included “Views Not Shoes” which looks into the issue where male leaders’ wives get more media attention than female politicians. As part of this, the Fawcett Society looked at how much media coverage female politicians and candidates got in the build-up to the 2015 Election, the nature of the coverage and how often women were central to the economic stories.

Other campaigns include “Women in the Economy” which addresses the question as to where women’s voices are in important economical matters along with their “Equal Pay Day” campaign which, as the name suggests, addresses the gender pay gap.

You can catch up on all these campaigns and more on their website at www.fawcettsociety.org.uk.  There you will also find latest news and issues together with details of how to support the Society or join one of the many local groups. You can also shop for Christmas gifts there (e.g. some great t-shirts) in their online shop.

Contact The Fawcett Society

You can contact the Fawcett Society at their London office at:
Unit 204
Linton House
164-180 Union Street
London SE1 0LH

Tel: 020 3598 6154
or visit their website at www.fawcettsociety.org.uk

Inset photo of Millicent Fawcett is by Bain News Service (Public domain), via Wikimedia Commons.
Photo of Suffrage Alliance Congress London (1909, Millicent Fawcett is in the front row, 4th from the left) by Nasjonalbiblioteket (Flickr ID). CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons.

The Fawcett Society is a company limited by guarantee (no. 04600514) and a registered Charity (no.1108769).


A Photocopying ‘Special’ for London Bridge

Photocopies

Southside Print in London Bridge (SE1) are offering 15% off* our professional photocopying service for a limited time. Originally a ‘Bankside Buzz’ offer, we are now extending this to all our customers. Quality is truly excellent and we’re usually able to turn even large copying quantities around in a very short timeframe (often same day). For example, just this week an order for 10,500 black and white photocopies, split over 2 jobs, arrived at the branch at 4 in the afternoon and was completed by 6.30pm the same day, the customer receiving them early the very next morning. They were so pleased they kindly emailed the following message:

“So grateful for the very quick and excellent job you have just completed, as usual great service.”

Danny Merrison, Angel Human Resources Ltd, Union Street, London SE1 1SZ.

More about the photocopying service:

Southside Print London Bridge’s photocopying service includes:

  • Colour as well as black and white copies;
  • Single-sided or duplex copying;
  • A4 or A3 and, on the colour copier, oversize A3 up to 485mm in length;
  • The black and white copier is excellent for copying text-based documents including correspondence and manuals etc;
  • The colour copier is excellent for documents which incorporate photographs and graphics as well as text;
  • Printing speed is 70 pages per minute (colour) or 110 p.p.m. for black and white;
  • Customers receive their copies neatly, in a protective carton;
  • Our team is very experienced and has  been printing and copying for 31 years;
  • Our teamwork and customer service is second-to-none; our service first class;
  • Our machinery and hardware is high tech, fast, highly capable with advanced abilities and gives customers optimum results.

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