Easiprint are specialists in printing club, village and church magazines. We can either print from your own supplied artwork files or we can manage the artwork and editorials for you.  

 

Printing can be black and white or full colour, or a mix of both and we offer a wide range of papers and finishes to suit any need.  

 

We offer A5 and A4 booklets, and pride ourselves on providing high quality products at the most competitive price possible.

 

Because we know orders will be regularly placed, we offer discounted prices and a priority service.  We have no minimum or maximum order quantities, and all deliveries are made free of charge.

 

See if we can save you money on your booklet printing emailing Simon at simon@easiprintandcopy.co.uk

A few of our regular publications
A few of our regular publications


Case Study - The Paxton Post

The Paxton Post is the village magazine for the village of Great Paxton, in Cambridgeshire, with a circulation of approximately 400 copies.  It had been published for many years as a black and white A5 booklet, until 2016 when publication ceased as a new editor could not be found.  

In May 2017, Easiprint was approached by the Great Paxton Parish Council to put together a proposal to re-launch the Paxton Post.  Easiprint put together a proposal to relaunch the magazine, and also take over the editing and layout.  Now sporting a new full colour glossy cover, with a mix of colour and mono inner pages, the magazine has a new fresh, inviting look and feel.  Not only has the magazine been updated with colour added, we have also saved the Parish Council money!

Easiprint has many years experience in printing village magazines, and can offer a solution to suit your needs.  Whether you just need printing, or complete management of the project, let us show you how we can help. 

Our prices are very competitive and delivery times unbeatable!

 

Feedback from Great Paxton Parish Council:

"Councillors are delighted with the new look and the content of the first issue.  Thank you for all your endeavours in getting the Paxton Post up and running again!"