Pop Up – Pull Up – Banners and Boards

•August 26, 2014 • Comments Off

Wide format is fabulous!!

We can print on boards and banners, glass and doors, windows, desks, car stickers, window stickers, tiles  – you name it and we’ll give it ago!!

Or what about branded aprons – thats something we tried recently – along with pillow cases and table cloths!!!

Give is a challenge and we’ll let you know if it is possible and then let you know when its finished !!!!


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Vacancy for a Marketing Assistant in Bury St Edmunds

•August 5, 2014 • Comments Off

Can you write a good blog and a compose an interesting tweet? Do you have a sound knowledge of design and print?

We are looking for a marketing assistant to help with marketing admin tasks based at our Bury St Edmunds office.

This is an exciting opportunity to work with a company who has seen huge growth in the last 2 years. Responsible to the Marketing Manager, you will assist and support the current sales and marketing team with all things marketing.

The ideal candidate will

  • have experience with Social media such as Twitter, Blogging, Pinterest
  • be familiar with marketing tools and have great administrative skills
  • be familiar with the world of design & print and print procedures
  • have a good understanding of e-marketing, software and procedures
  • be an expert in excel, word and outlook and have outstanding communication skills
  • have very good English skills for writing blogs, website copy and literature
  • be familiar with Adwords, Web Analytics and SEO
  • be familiar with the website world to manage updates on the companies two websites
  • be innovative and flexible

Is this you – could you be what we are looking for? The position is part-time, 2 days a week.

If you think you are the person we are looking for then drop us an email to nina@kingfisher-press.com with a copy of your CV, salary expectations and a covering letter

Over half a million acres in 20 countries – The World Land Trust

•July 4, 2014 • Comments Off

winebagwltpicWow – what a fantastic evening we had with the World Land Trust and their guests.

The evening began with a reception hosted in a beautiful private garden in Suffolk. The guests, including World Land Trust committee members, corporate sponsors, supporters and staff had the privilege of walking in the rose garden.

The rose garden, nestled in huge 80 foot high hedges, is just amazing, the aroma from all those beautifully tended flowers is like gliding through a fresh and subtle bottle of floral perfume, you have to witness it. I was fascinated by the tulip trees – I’ve never seen one before – they are, as their name describes, trees with tulip like flowers growing on the branches – they really are a delight and I’m so going to have one in my garden!! (Although I’m told they take 20 years to flower!)

The evening was a mixture of stories and videos from Jerry Bertrand, Honorary President of the World Land Trust who was over from the USA and Bill Oddie’s A – Z of his travels to WLT sites including Armenia, Brazil and Zambia. Check out Bills video here.

The presentations began with a video diary taken by our hosts of the wildlife right here on their doorstep including a variety of rustic and beautiful deer and a hare diving in to the moat (not sure why but it seemed to enjoy itself)!

The catering was delicious supplied by Lola de Mille and I have to mention the ice-cream made by Alder Carr at Needham Market – it was simply scrumptious!!!!

The World Land Trust celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and now has projects in over 20 countries and has helped purchase and protect over half a million acres of land. The emphasis is on buying the land and protecting it as nature reserve in the ownership of local conservation partners in those countries – the land belongs to and is managed by the people who live in and around it and along with the wildlife will they directly benefit from protection and restoration.

Kingfisher Press Ltd have been delighted to have worked with the World Land Trust for a number of years and it is a privilege to be associated and support such a worthy cause. As a Carbon Balanced Publication Printer, Kingfisher Press supplies both Carbon Balanced paper and a wide variety of recycled stocks.

Innovative Print Solutions for the Go Ape Big Banana Relay !!

•June 25, 2014 • Comments Off

GO_Ape_banner_smallerKingfisher have been delighted to produce a range of promotional print for the Go Ape Big Banana Relay including magnetic stickers, massive banners and A3 posters.

Sounds like fun but what is the Big Banana Relay?

This summer the Go Ape Tribe will be taking on the Big Banana Relay Challenge. This will see them transporting a Big Banana 1823miles across the UK and via each of their 28 Forest Locations. They are taking on this challenge to raise vital funds for their charity of the year- Teenage Cancer Trust.

Follow the excitement at www.goape.co.uk/bigbananarelay

Want to donate – click here.

Kingfisher produced a massive banner to promote the event – plus a series of posters printed on synapps. Synapps is a durable synthetic material and just loves being outside!!!20140618_190954

The magnetic stickers have appeared in a wide variety of places and due to their magnetic ability can be stuck on cars, posts, tanks – infact anything metal !!!!!!

If you want to know more about the wide variety of print solutions available here at Kingfisher Press then get in contact now.



205 miles on a bike in one day !!!!! Well done to all !!!!

•June 24, 2014 • Comments Off

bike ride 2014 roadWell done to all who cycled 205 miles on Monday in aid of the Sick Childrens Trust.

In 1939 Tommy Godwin set a world record by cycling 75,065 miles in a year, an average of 205 miles everyday so a group of cyclists, including Jon Doidge, MD at Kingfisher Press Ltd decided to take up the challenge of cycling 205 miles in one day!!! If you would like to donate please click here.

The Sick Childrens Trust  provides free, high-quality ‘Home from Home’ accommodation, as well as emotional and practical support, to families with sick children in hospital in the UK.

Everyone completed the challenge – well done boys !!!! Check out the vide of the last lap here – they all look remarkably well considering they have been on a bike for nearly 15 hours !!!!!

Read more about the challenge and how it came about here.

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Diffused Silver Blocking – add a touch of class

•May 29, 2014 • Comments Off

Have you considered foil blocking? This fabulous finish gives a pearlescent look to the project making the front cover really stand out.

As the foil blocking catches the light it gives a beautiful rainbow prism effect of colour and really enhances the quality of the brochure. The picture doesn’t do it justice but you can see the spectrum of colours that catches the light – if  you would like a real sample please contact us now.

As well as being in Silver and Gold, Foil Blocking can be applied in almost any colour including red, green, purple and pink. You can also have a holographic and 3D effect.

To find out more about foil blocking  and see what’s available please email us now.

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Printed Plaques & Acrylic Blocks, Tiles, Mirrors and loads more……

•May 28, 2014 • Comments Off

We print plaques and acrylic blocks here at Kingfisher XL. Whether you want a one off picture as a gift or a plaque for a recently won award. Maybe a plaque for your door with your company name displayed?

How about a printed slate property sign for your home or Business?

Or personalised tiles – in your washroom? Or personalised splash back glass on your cooker hood?










We can print on anything up to 100mm thick and relatively flat making glass, ceramics, acyrlics and mirrors ideal bases for print.

And – Dont forget we can print on wood including doors and tables tops as well !!Wood_smaller



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