We only print community and church magazines, so we understand that editors like you may need help with certain issues. Alisha, Julie and Phil, the production team, have an in-depth knowledge of the problems experienced in producing a community magazine. We are your partner in producing your magazine you can talk to us, discuss issues and we will listen and help.
We build extremely long term relationships with our clients, our emphasis being, if an Editor has an idea which will make their lot easier, we’ll see if we can do it.
As important; We know that cost is a major factor in making a parish magazine sustainable. Our charges are the same for a booklet whether you print 10’s, 100’s or 1000’s.We charge the minimum price we can no matter what size the run.
Collection of magazines from the printer is always likely to cause sustainability issues, especially with the price of fuel and getting to the printer before it closes, holiday periods etc. For that reason all our quotes include delivery to an address in your area.
You should be considering the sustainability of your publication. If your own printing machine does break down then it will do it in the middle of printing your magazine and not with two weeks’ notice. If your printer company closes down then the first you will know is when you call in to pick up the publication. A great many publications which we print have come to us because their printer simply disappeared without warning. With no overheads or debt and other printing machines here at the ready if there is a breakdown, our customers can be assured of their publication delivery.
The most unsustainable issue with any magazine however could well be overreliance and asking too much of volunteers. Eventually volunteers move on or just can’t find the time, get ill or get fed up. Our service obviously relies on an Editor but that aside there are few other factors (deep snow excepted) that might prevent the safe delivery of your publication, packaged and on time.