Slow technology strikes back

Normal service will be resumed…

After about 40 years, it would seem. Purchased in the late 1960s from a small back street printer in Worthing, the press was set up in the cellars of Findon Place, where it was put to use in printing Christmas cards.

Since then it has been housed in Lewes, Stanford Dingley, in a field in Berkshire and is now in its own studio in deepest Kent.

On Wednesday 24th January it will be serviced by an engineer from Harry Rochat. Quite possibly for the first time since World War II.


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