Calendars on A5 card

In partnership with ALDC we are offering a Lib Dem Calendar bulk buy.

Order deadlines:

16th October for return by 26th October

OR 6th November for return by 16th November.

Calendars

Our Calendar offer is for A5 300gsm silk printed in full colour.

Templates for the Calendars are available on the ALDC website.

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Post and packing is £10 per box (around 2,500 cards). Above 10,000 cards we will delivery by pallet for £50 up to 50,000 cards per pallet.

We are able to offer these negotiated prices because we will group together a large number of jobs print them together and pass on the saving. So you must meet the deadlines to secure these prices.

When you submit your artwork it should be a high resolution PDF and have a 3mm bleed (we are available to give advice on this). Upload your artwork go to www.electionworkshop.co.uk/upload or email it to us.

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If you have four or more wards (especially if they have similar print runs) then we should be able to beat these prices, please email Charles at charles@electionworkshop.co.uk or call 07904 371 320.

Please note that Calendars from any supplier are liable to VAT at 20%.

Other bulk deals

We are also offering further bulk deals in partnership with ALDC. We have already launched a Christmas Card and Postal Vote recruitment bulk buys. Coming soon are Calling Cards, Blue and Cream Envelopes, Letterheads and further postal vote recruitment mailings.

About Election Workshop

Election Workshop was set up by two former parliamentary seat organisers for to key reasons:

1) To provide print support and campaigning products to small groups and single wards, when previously colour options could be prohibitively expensive.

2) Following the election in 2015 many local parties lost staff, equipment and premises. We wanted to offer the same range and quality of products to allow seats to campaign at the same level without their infrastructure.
Our goal is to provide services to a large number of local parties and then by levering this buying power produce savings for Councillors and Campaigners.