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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.

The importance of keeping the history of printing alive

Heritage professionals must act now to bring print, in all its guises, to the attention of the public now and for future generations.

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.

Exhibition hopes to bring former-print workers together

A National Lottery funded initiative to celebrate and collate the social history of the pre-digital era print trade in east London is to host a reception evening next month to show the project’s progress so far.

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.

Kenads resurrects 70-year-old Thompson platen press

Kenads Printers is endeavouring to preserve a piece of print history by installing and restoring a Thompson-British automatic platen press from the 1940s.

Print history preserved at new Stationers' Hall archive

Priceless documents recording the history of copyrighting and the print industry will be available for all to see as the Stationers' Company opens its new Tokefield Centre archive to the public.

Conference to look at women's role in print

Birmingham City University’s Centre for Printing History & Culture is planning an international conference on the contribution of women to printing and printing culture next year, and is calling for papers ahead of the event.

Rare 15th-century Caxton print discovered

A librarian at the University of Reading has unearthed one of the oldest surviving pages ever printed, identified as part of a book produced by William Caxton at his Westminster print shop in the 15th century.

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