Thursday, April 25th 2013
We get very busy at this time of year. In fact, this week is on course to be our busiest week ever. So due to popular demand, we’re adding a temporary extra print run on Mondays at 2pm. This means the print deadlines are:
Mondays at 2pm UK time
Tuesdays at 2pm UK time
Thursdays at 2pm UK time
When you place an order we’ll check it in time for the next print run and you’ll receive your freshly printed newspapers 2-5 days after that (in the UK, slightly longer for overseas).
There are a couple of bank holidays coming up on Monday 6 and Monday 27 May – we’re closed on those days but any other Monday, send us your papers!
Friday, March 22nd 2013
It’s almost Easter, and that means Easter eggs and Easter holidays! Please note that we’ll be closed on:
Friday 29 March (Good Friday)
Saturday 30 March
Sunday 31 March
Monday 1 April (Easter Monday)
We’ll be open again on Tuesday 2 April for all your newspaper needs.
Although this doesn’t affect the days that we print (every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm) it will have an impact on delivery times. Good Friday and Easter Monday are bank holidays so no deliveries will go out on those days.
This means that papers ordered on Tuesday 26 March may be take longer to arrive, and those printed on Thursday 28 March will take longer than usual to arrive. Please make sure you leave at least 5 working days for delivery in the UK and a few days longer for overseas orders. For more details check our delivery calculator.
If you have any special requirements please contact us at email@example.com and we’ll be glad to help.
Friday, March 15th 2013
2013 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Newspaper Club. We’ve launched the new version of ARTHR to a very positive response, while being rushed off our feet getting all your brilliant newspapers onto the press and to your doorstep.
But there’s so much more to be done, so we’re hiring a full-time designer to join our little London team and help us build out a suite of products and services that will sit on the Newspaper Club platform, and combine newsprint and the web in some exciting ways.
We’ve written up a job posting, so take a look and see if you, or someone you know, might fit the bill.
To reiterate the job posting: this isn’t a print design job, and you don’t need to have any print design experience. We’re looking for someone with provable web/interaction design experience, able to take on design responsibility for the whole site, from branding through to interface design.
We’re looking to hire someone quite quickly, so please get your application in before Friday 22nd March. Good luck!
Monday, March 11th 2013
If you’re ordering one copy of a newspaper in the UK you can now choose Royal Mail delivery. This means:
- It’s slightly cheaper – one copy of a 12-page paper costs £12 including delivery
- You don’t need to be in to sign for it – one copy is small enough to fit through a standard letter box
Courier delivery is still available so if you’d like your papers to be sent express or have any difficulties receiving post at your address you can choose this option. If you’d like to be able to track your delivery online choose the courier option – Royal Mail deliveries are sent by standard post and are not tracked.
We’re trialling this for a few weeks so if you have any questions or comments about Royal Mail delivery options please let us know. More information on our delivery FAQ page.
Wednesday, November 14th 2012
The recommended last printing dates for Christmas are as follows:
- Tuesday 11 December 2012 – international orders
- Thursday 13 December 2012 – UK orders
At this time of year the weather is the biggest risk to any deliveries so please allow extra time for your order to arrive.
We’ll be closed on the following dates:
- Monday 24 December 2012 – closing at 12pm
- Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 December 2011 – closed
- Tuesday 1 and Wednesday 2 January 2012 – closed
This means that over the holidays the print days are:
- Tuesday 18 and Thursday 20 December 2012
- Thursday 27 December 2012
- Thursday 3 January 2013
After that everything is back to normal – printing on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm.
Wednesday, October 17th 2012
Some people have been asking us how the new sizes stack up against the original tabloid size. We couldn’t find any of the standard units of measurement: a 50p, or a double decker bus, but here they are in the Standard Graphic Design Pose.
First, the Minis:
And an original Tabloid:
And last, but not least, a Broadsheet:
Tuesday, October 16th 2012
Just one more thing… the eagle-eyed amongst you will have noticed that we’ve not just launched Minis today. Also, right there, ready for you to print and order, what many of you have been asking for – Broadsheets! the largest newspaper size that we print. They are twice the size of a Traditional Tabloid and always come folded twice.
They’re printed on a colour web-offset press, the same as any newspaper you can pick up in a newsagent. Because this press is designed to print large runs of newspapers the minimum order is 500 copies.
Good isn’t it? We now do all the sizes. Exciting times. PRINT SOMETHING.
Tuesday, October 16th 2012
We’re very proud to announce the latest thing in newspapers – excitingly cute and delightful Newspaper Club Minis. Small, manageable and stapled for your pleasure, Newspaper Club Minis are the fresh format sensation all the kids want to print. They’re quarterfold – half the size of a tabloid newspaper. They’re printed on a web-offset press, just like our Traditional Tabloids. And they’re our only standard product that’s trimmed, so you can print right to the edge, just like a magazine or supplement. You can get them in 16, 24, 32, 40 and 48 pages, starting at just 500 copies.
We can’t wait to see what you’ll do with them. They’ll obviously be brilliant for comics but we bet there’s a ton of other stuff too.
Head on over to our brand new How it Works section to find out more about the Minis, and our other products.