About

We’ve been around now for over thirty years and intend to be here for a long time to come.

Lynhurst Press is a family run business – Alec Samuels (r) is the Managing Director, closely supported by Steve Samuels and Karen Tape.

Much of our success over the years is down to the caring values and ethics instilled since the company started. When you work with Lynhurst Press, you are looked after properly. Each project is given equal status, but one thing remains consistent with every job printed in the building – Quality. 

Like chameleons we continually change to survive. We change our technology and print processes to provide you with top quality print at affordable prices. ‘We keep changing so you don’t have to.’

One change we don't want to make is climate change. Our concern for the environment is not a recent innovation. Our waste has only ever been handled by licensed waste control companies who recycle waste paper, ink tins and coatings. Check out our environmental section to learn more.

We print for all sectors of business including some of the largest publishing companies, blue chip companies, local authorities and major institutions including:

Harrods, The Telegraph Group, Royal Horticultural Society, Arriva Buses, Dennis Publishing, William Reed, Incisive Media, Haymarket Media Group, IPC, London Review of Books, Hearst Magazines, London Borough of Havering, London Borough of Brent, Electoral Reform Services, The Law Society, Market Research Society and National Housing Federation.

We can print many document sizes, on a host of different materials, with finishing options to satisfy all.

What our Clients SayTestimonials

"The printing arrived this morning – absolutely superb job. I'm most grateful to you for dealing with this so quickly." Basil Preuveneers, Notary Public LL.B, B.A.

"Great service and you guys really came through when we had an emergency job that needed printing." Shelley Twose

"Prices as good as, occasionally better, than local rival, turnaround times excellent and better than a client has a right to expect (talking as designer rather than end client!)" Peter Moore

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