Search results for

Results 1 to 10 of about 33

Sort results by: Date | Relevance

Jarrold Museum finds new home in Norwich church

The John Jarrold Printing Museum is set to relocate to a medieval church in Norwich after closing at its existing site, which faces demolition.

Stanley Lane finds further fame

Octogenarian artisan printer Stanley Lane's search for a successor received a further boost this week with an appearance on Radio 4’s The Untold.

Steering group outlines vision for new Jarrold Printing Museum

A steering committee set up to campaign for the John Jarrold Printing Museum to remain intact in Norwich has outlined its proposals for a new museum as its existing site faces demolition.

Split sets letterpress world record

Leeds-based design studio Split has set a new Guinness World Record for the world’s largest letterpress printing press.

Jarrold Printing museum to be scaled down as housing plans approved

The John Jarrold Printing Museum in Norwich will be relocated and scaled down after councillors approved plans for new homes to be built on its existing site.

Jarrold Printing museum future to be decided

Campaigners have spoken about their hopes for the John Jarrold Printing Museum in Norwich, the future of which will be decided tomorrow (14 March), to be preserved in its current form.

Jarrold Printing museum to relocate

The John Jarrold Printing Museum in Norwich will relocate following concerns over its future after plans to demolish its existing location were revealed earlier this year.

Typoretum advises director Mike Leigh on latest film

Letterpress specialist Typoretum helped to keep print history alive in the latest film from Mike Leigh by serving as consultants in a crucial scene set at the offices of the fledgling Manchester Guardian.

Michael Passmore passes away

Michael Passmore, former managing director and chairman of Alabaster Passmore & Sons, has passed away.

Question mark over Jarrold Printing museum

The future of the John Jarrold Printing Museum in Norwich has been called into question because plans to redevelop the site will include demolition of its existing location.

Latest comments