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About Bluprint

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What Do We Do?

Leaflets & magazines, brochures to banners, political print to point of sale, our clients are big & small, from vets to vineyards we deliver quality on time every time.

Bluprint founder Mark Attwater is a dedicated Account Manager.  He ensures all clients receive the highest level of service and quality whilst maintaining a focus on value for money, sustainability and environmental responsibility. Bluprint is committed to providing the highest level of

customer service and satisfaction.

Just read our testimonials.

How Do We Work?

We work with you, getting to know how you want things done.

We oversee and manage your print seven days a week from the simple jobs to more complex marketing print projects, finding the most cost-effective process, so you achieve more, for less.

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Hi,I'm Mark Attwater,
Founder of Bluprint

find out more about Mark's knowledge

Mark has 25 years of experience working in paper merchanting, print, and creative industries.

He has built a reputation for honesty and reliability.

Whether it’s an urgent, last-minute job or a comprehensive rebranding campaign, we’ve got the means and the skills to get your message across effectively.  

As a family-run company, our focus is on maintaining the high level of customer service that underpins our reputation.  We’re friendly, professional, and dedicated to what we do.

A Brief History of Printing

The first printing press was invented in the 11th century in China and was used to print books and other documents. The invention of the printing press allowed for the mass production of books and other printed materials, which further spread knowledge and ideas. In the 15th century, printing spread to Europe, where it was used to print books, newspapers, and other documents like Bibles.

Modern Lithographic printing is a printing process that uses a metal plate to transfer an image onto a substrate. The image is created by using a chemical process to create a raised image on the plate. The substrate is then placed on the plate, and ink is applied to the raised image. The ink is then transferred to the substrate, creating a printed image. Lithographic printing is used for a variety of applications, including books, magazines, newspapers, packaging, and labels.


Over the last 25 years, Mark's work has included introducing recycled papers into the mainstream and researching alternative fibres for paper & board.

Mark has worked directly with Number 10 Downing Street across various political parties producing who knows how many political leaflets. He is now working hard to encourage people to keep using paper and print as a low-cost, sustainable resource that has real value in our everyday lives.

What our clients say

"Fantastic! Just fantastic!! Brilliant service from start to finish, knowledgable and friendly, beautiful high-speed printing, excellent finishing, delivery on time - every time and really great prices. I wouldn't go anywhere else!"

Lisa Ghaith - Graphic Designer

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"I can't say a bad word about Bluprint, their printing quality is superb, their customer service is fantastic and they are able to work to very tight deadlines. Will definitely be using them for all my printnig jobs in the future."

- Zoe Neale

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