Fosseway Press has been in business for over 40 years and has seen many changes.
Initially the company served the community using letterpress technology, a comparatively slow and involved process which required considerable skill, before moving to lithography in the 1970's, arguably easier but a whole new world.
Today the latest equipment is digital which requires a whole new skills set. Our staff between them have a whole raft of knowledge in various areas of the business (some can even remember the old letter-press days!).
So whatever you require you can be sure we can help.
As to why we are called Fosseway Press; the town of Radstock is situated on an old Roman road called the Fosse Way and the surrounding area is crammed full of historical interest.
THE LOCAL AREA
Radstock is a town in Somerset, England, 9 miles South West of the city of Bath, and 8 miles north west of Frome. With Bristol 10 miles to the West, it is perfectly situated between the South West's business epicentres.
Situated within the county of Bath and North East Somerset. Radstock had a population of 5,620 according to the 2011 Census. Since 2011 Radstock has been a town council in its own right.
Our local community is closely tied together, the culture is derived from a long history of mining and business within the area.
At Fosseway Press we nurture the community and give back. Our latest community project 'Somer Valley Local' is designed, printed and distributed from our store. Find out more HERE.