Welcome to Doveton Press, Bristol Print Services.
We are one of the leading printers in Bristol offering both lithographic and digital printing.
Doveton Press was born out of a necessity for expert printing, with old fashioned service. We have been a family run business for over 40 years, with loyal staff who believe in attention to detail as much as you do.
Doveton Press continually strives to keep up to date with new printing technology and environmentally friendly processes, which has kept us at the top of our field. Our directors, team of estimators, printers and finishers are always happy to talk you through any questions you may have.
The Directors Gavin and Mark Savage who have both worked for Doveton Press for over 20 years, took over the family business in 2007 and have been expanding the company ever since. Find out more about our history here.
Doveton Press are aiming to raise £1000 by the end of the year for our chosen charity Winston’s Wish. We are asking our customers if they would be kind enough to donate £2.50 onto one or more of their invoices to enable us to raise this on their behalf and Doveton will match the donation. If you would like to donate this please let us know when sending in your order. You can also find out some information about the charity below.
More than 100 children are bereaved of a parent every day. At Winston’s Wish, we support children, young people and their families after the death of their parent or sibling. This is one of the most devastating and often traumatic situations a child can face. However, we believe, with the right support at the right time they can lead full and flourishing lives.
We provide professional therapeutic support, offering practical advice to tackle the difficult feelings that come with grief and to keep special memories of the person who has died. Last year we supported 869 families (1501 children) through face to face support in individual, group and residential settings and reached many more via our National Helpline, website and a range of publications.
“You came into our lives and our family at a time when we needed you the most. You really ‘got me and the kids and we all opened up to you without worrying that we would be judged, knowing that everything we said would be valued” Lianne, Parent.
We rely on voluntary donations in order to raise the £2.5 million we need each year to provide these services and are incredibly grateful for all that you can give to our work with bereaved children.
If you are concerned about a bereaved child, do not hesitate to get in touch:
National Helpline: 08088 020 021 Website: www.winstonswish.org.uk