Primrose Press started in the mid-80's, in that time there was no reasonably priced mobile phone network, fax machines were in their infancy, even answerphones were very uncommon and Lithography was the main printing process superseding Letterpress (single type and mechanical composition).
The Press was built on good customer relations offering a quality product at that time which only trained printers could give. The advent of the PC and Mac changed all that but through the years Primrose Press has survived and now still offers Lithographic printing alongside Digital.
The ethos of the business has not changed and that is to give customer satisfaction in what is now a very competitive market place. Since 1982 the fledgling business at that time has been at Primrose Cottage, Tivetshall St. Mary,
NORFOLK NR15 2BX .
(midway between Diss/Long Stratton/Harleston).
The Press logo is that of a Honey Bee on paper, inset over a Primrose flower, Primroses abound in this part of South Norfolk in the Spring.
The proprietor Paul Playford for many years kept Honey Bees as a hobby alongside his printing business, hence the inclusion on the logo.