We offer an incredibly wide range of printing-related services and processes at Southside Print, so thought we’d publish a guide. It’s not an exhaustive list of everything we do, however it represents a good overview of the core print, design, binding, print finishing and direct mail services that are on offer from our London Bridge/Borough base. Take a look below.
As you can see, we can print and produce just about anything. There are many processes, finishes and embellishments to choose from, so your finished sales or marketing piece can be both fully functional and look as good as it possibly can. Whether you need
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Southside Print, SE1 print a range of marketing collateral for Flint Wines Ltd
Southside Print, Borough SE1 are delighted to work with local company, specialist and exclusive UK importers Flint Wines, who have been supplying the UK’s best restaurants and wine merchants since 2006.
Recent printing for Flint wines includes:
Tasting Booklets for the Flint Wines 120 wine Portfolio Tasting event with 3 master classes and sommelier competition taking place tomorrow, Wednesday 27th of February at the China Exchange. (printed digitally with full colour covers, black and white internal pages and wiro bound together with white wire with a protective acetate sheet to the front and white card to the back);
En Primeur Tasting Booklets (printed digitally with full colour covers, black and white internal pages with a Perforated Order Form insert) then wire bound together with white wire with a clear acetate sheet to the front and white card to the back);
Trade and Merchant Lists digitally printed with Soft Touch Laminate finish to the cover and Perfect bound finish to both books
Business cards Digitally printed on 450gsm silk with soft touch laminate.
With several accolades and awards, what is it that makes local Kennington company Flint Wines so special?
Quoted by Derek Morrison from The Good Wine Shop as “one of the most dynamic and exciting merchants in the UK” with a team “filled with passionate and creative professionals who are great collaborators in efforts which push our industry to greater heights.”
From the beginning Flint Wines specialised in the wines of Burgundy, winning IWC Burgundy Wine Merchant of the Year in the world’s finest and most meticulously judged wine competition. Flint Wines offer one of the most dynamic and comprehensive Burgundy lists in the UK and have over the last few years expanded their range to wines from around the world. Runner up for the past two years in the IWC US Merchant of the Year, Flint has developed its American range which now features more than twenty agencies from Oregon, California, Washington and New York! and since 2014 grown its Italian range, taking over the portfolio of well-regarded Italian specialist HS Wines.
With a passionate and experienced team at Flint, clients will be able to speak directly to the people who are running the company, buying and selling the wines, and making the decisions. Every one of Flint’s sales team knows all there is to know about the producers, the different wines and stories behind them, visiting the vineyards and winemakers regularly. Flint wine trade clients will have access to rarely seen crus and wines that are not available anywhere else in the UK benefiting from the advantage of working with a company who works closely with its growers and is proud of the relationship it has with them.
“In the Observer on Sunday we were reviewed well by Jar Rayner with a special mention going to the wine list. We think this is a really fantastic achievement for such a young restaurant. I just wanted to say thank you for all your help and providing me with some really fantastic wines from Flint. We are really happy with what we get from you.”
Harry Loebeck, head sommelier @ London Shell Co Restaurant
Flint owns all the wines on its list, all of which are available for immediate delivery and as a client it is clear to see their level of knowledge and expertise, as well as a passionate commitment to a superb level of service, making a relationship with Flint Wines very special indeed.
Flint Wines Ltd are just down the road from Southside Print at 16 Stannary Street, in Kennington, London SE11 4AA. For list building, winemaker events such as dinners or in-store tastings, help with first class staff training to help maximise wine sales, or any other enquiries, please contact the team on 020 7582 2500, email: or visit their website: http://www.flintwines.com
Are you a South London business looking for high quality print and excellent service?
‘Perfect binding’ is one of the most popular and impressive ways of binding any kind of printed publication. It has a great look and lends some sophistication to any book, booklet, brochure, annual report, catalogue or magazine. ‘Wiro’ and ‘saddle-stitched’ binding, although both professional and presentable, look a little more basic by comparison. Perfect binding gives a publication more gravitas; a feeling of added value and something that subtly says ‘I am an important document’ without even trying. As such, perfect bound books are far more likely to be kept or handed from person to person. That’s great for your business and marketing goals.
Similar to a ‘soft-back’ or ‘paperback’ book, perfect binding gives a professional finish with a ‘square’ spine, which can be printed on because it’s all part of the one-piece cover. So, you can have full colour graphics and imagery printed continuously from front cover, across the spine and around to the back cover, all without any interruption if you like. Of course, this applies to the addition of special finishes too, like gloss UV varnish, metallic foil and lamination to name just a few.
At Southside Print in London SE1, we print and perfect bind totally in-house. That means total control over colour and quality, speedy turnarounds and the most competitive pricing. There are just a couple of limitations:
We can perfect bind up to A3 in length or width (so spines as long as 420mm are not a problem — that’s big!).
The spine can be as thick as a staggering 90mm — that allows a huge number of pages in the book and is thicker than many old-style phone directories!
We also use a super-strong new glue. This keeps your pages and covers securely bound — for the long term.
Our perfect binding service is also available on an overnight basis. So, if you’re in a terrible rush to get important documents and publications printed and perfect bound for the next business day, we can usually help, particularly if you give us a little bit of warning. This is great for annual reports that need to be ready for board meetings and AGM’s, or things like proposals, tenders, pitch documents and other important presentations that could win your company or organisation its next major contract.
The photographs show just how impressive perfect bound brochures and books can look … Read more
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Southside Print have been producing a huge variety of digital printing recently for St George The Martyr, a church just down the road in Borough High Street in London’s SE1 district. Having selected us as their local printer some years ago, we’re delighted to say that they’ve remained a very loyal and regular customer and, as such, we’ve printed rather a lot for them in recent months!
Here are just a few examples of print work that we’ve recently supplied:
A series of stunning business cards were printed in full colour on our digital presses before being ‘soft touch laminated’ to both sides. This protects them and gives them a lovely velvety feel to the touch. We printed the cards on 450gsm silk coated stock and the finished result is superb. Note the beautiful imagery that features on one side of each card (see main image above).
The ‘Quest for Community’ poster/leaflet was printed in full colour, both sides onto 170gsm art paper, which has a beautiful gloss finish. This was part of the St George in Southwark Festival back in April 2016 and we rather like the graphics!
More recently, we printed a series of leaflets for the 2018 version of the same festival. Again, these were printed on our digital press, in full colour, once more using 170gsm glossy paper.
Another item that we printed recently for St George The Martyr is the A5 folded ‘New Home’ leaflet/brochure shown in one of the photographs on the right. Like the other leaflets and programmes mentioned above, these were also printed onto 170gsm paper stock except, this time, they had a silk coated finish rather than gloss.
Last but not least in our featured printing for St George The Martyr is a very interesting, perfect bound, 64 page A4 book. This details the history of the church and its surrounding community (see below for further details). The book features 340gsm covers and 170gsm ‘Arcoset’ internal pages and is printed digitally.
St George the Martyr
Today, as an integral part of the local community, the church is open most days and offers regular religious services and a Sunday School along with a varied array of inclusive programmes and events. These include anything from lunchtime concerts to Easter festivals. The church also runs a food bank, hosts The Dragon Café (the flagship project from ‘Mental Fight Club’) and offers a wide variety of additional opportunities to meet other people, get advice and to offer or indeed receive help of one form or another. The church also has a close relationship with its own school, St Jude’s Church of England Primary School, whose pupils sometimes sing at the services. Visitors to the church are always welcomed with open arms including those who would simply like to see the beautiful building itself or to take a look inside.
For some historical facts about St George the Martyr, please see our previous post from October 2015. That touched upon the Medieval and Roman structures uncovered during restoration works, the location originally being the site of a Norman church and the church’s links to Charles Dickens and Marshalsea Prison — it’s quite fascinating!
St George the Martyr’s Heritage
As mentioned above, St George the Martyr has produced some very interesting new booklets which detail the church’s history and that of the surrounding community. It provides a fascinating insight into the ever-changing area around Borough High Street. The lovely new books are available for sale from the church office.
The Church’s Lunch Club
During the summer holidays, St George the Martyr will be running a lunch club for local children and families who may be facing food poverty over the long holidays, particularly in the absence of free school meals during that period. The lunch club will provide a hot 2 course meal, free of charge, along with some fun activities for the children. The club will take place on Tuesdays, from 11am –1pm, between 24th July and 28th August 2018.
The club organisers would love to hear from any volunteers who may be able to offer help including assisting in the kitchen, serving meals, helping with the children’s activities (they are of pre-school and primary age). The church would also be happy to receive any food donations or financial contributions towards the running costs from any willing parties. Please see the contact information below if this is of interest.
Anyone interested in the various activities or projects is welcome to get in touch by Read more
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Southside Print has recently been working on some high quality printing for Power To Change, who we’ll come onto in a moment. Production included 60 page annual reports, a series of Research Institute Reports in booklet form and a publication called Uncharted Investment in Charities, Social Enterprises and Community Businesses. All of the printing was in perfect bound format, which is like a soft-bound book, using our digital press for high quality, fast turnaround production. The paper used for internal pages was Arcoset 170gsm white stock while that used for covers was white Splendorgel stock with a thicker 340gsm weight. The client supplied their own design and artwork. All in all the publications looked highly professional, nicely designed and well produced.
About Power To Change
Power to Change describes itself as “an independent charitable trust that supports and develops community businesses in England“. It is a ten year initiative, originally funded by The Big Lottery Fund, which aims to accelerate the growth and impact of “community business”. In so doing, they can make a positive economic impact on communities, delivering social, economic and environmental benefits into the future. This in turn will lead to greater cohesion and potential for success for the communities involved.
What exactly is a community business? A community business comes in many forms including shops, farms, pubs, even call centres plus many other types of business. What’s common to all of them is that they are run by local communities, for the benefit of local communities. Often they also become a focal point or hub, for example a local shop that may have been saved by the community business, affordable housing within a deprived or isolated area or a local place to eat, drink and/or trade goods. Power to Change supports these community businesses through empowerment, innovation, grants and other types of funding.
Power to Change’s London office is at The Clarence Centre, 6 St George’s Circus, London SE1 6FE. Visit www.powertochange.org.uk for further details or call 020 3857 7270. Read more
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