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The Halstan Printing Group offers a full range of multi-colour litho and digital printing to Government Departments, Music Publishers, Design and Marketing agencies, and Blue Chip clients in the private sector.
These services include production of Annual Reports, Music Publications, Brochures, Books & Journals, Point of Sale display material, Leaflets, General Literature, Posters, Stationery and Packaging.
The Company offers a full-service facility from design and graphic reproduction, through to all forms of finishing, followed by national and international distribution.
Our location gives us great transport links. We are 10 minutes from motorway networks and central London is only 40 minutes away by public transport.
Halstan recognises its responsibility to the environment, and is committed to the continuous reduction of the environmental impact of our business. Our factory is built to unusually-high environmental standards. We recycle heat and use compressed air, not only to run the printing presses and binding lines, but also to heat the factory itself. Our standard stock papers are the most environmentally-responsible grades, and we also recycle all our aluminium, solvents, and waste chemicals.
At Halstan we understand we will be judged by our service, not what we say.
We also Print-on-Demand
Our print-on-demand service offers the opportunity to produce books with no minimum quantity threshold. We can produce your book to order and even offer production of a single copy upwards. The benefits are numerous:
If you are interested please contact us on: 01494 725525
To see our other services please visit: www.halstan.co.uk
All bus routes to/from Amersham call at Amersham Rail and Tube Stations, while some also call at Woodside Road or Old Amersham, Broadway.
Timetables for all routes serving Amersham are available on Buckinghamshire County Council's website at: www.buckscc.gov.uk
High Wycombe – Hazlemere – Holmer Green – Amersham Hospital – Old Amersham, Broadway – Amersham, Woodside Road* – Amersham Station – Chesham Bois – Chesham Broadway/Chesham High School
Monday to Saturday daytime every 15† minutes, evenings 30-60 minutes. Sunday daytime every 60 minutes.
* Early morning journeys operate via Station Road.
† Chesham Broadway to High School every 30 minutes.
Operated by Arriva / Carousel Buses
Aylesbury – Stoke Mandeville Hospital – Stoke Mandeville – Wendover – Great Missenden – Amersham Hospital – Old Amersham, Broadway – Amersham Station – Chesham Broadway
Monday to Friday daytime 5/6 return journeys, evening 1 return journey.
Operated by Arriva
Whelpley Hill† – Chesham, Broadway – Chesham Bois – The Gowers – Plantation Road – Amersham Station – from Station service 71 to Amersham Village Hall – Little Chalfont – or service 73 to Penn Street
Monday to Friday daytime approx. 30-60 minutes, Saturday daytime 4/5 return journeys (71).
* On Saturday service 73 serves Coleshill instead of Penn Street.
† Monday to Friday (73); 1 afternoon journey from Whelpley Hill and Saturday (71).
Operated by Red Rose Travel
High Wycombe – Wycombe Marsh – Beaconsfield – Amersham Station – Amersham, Woodside Road – Little Chalfont - Chorleywood - Rickmansworth - Croxley Green – Watford
Monday to Saturday daytime approximately every 60 minutes.
Operated by Carousel Buses
Slough – Stoke Poges – Gerrards Cross – Chalfont St Peter – Chalfont St Giles – Amersham, Woodside Road – Amersham Station
Monday to Friday daytime 5 return journeys. Saturday daytime 1 return journey.
1 early morning Monday to Friday journey serves Old Amersham (not shown on map).
Operated by Redline
Hemel Hempstead – Boxmoor – Hemel Hempstead Station – Bovingdon – Lye Green – Chesham, Broadway – Amersham Station
Sunday daytime 4 return journeys.
Operated by Red Rose Travel
Hemel Hempstead – Boxmoor – Hemel Hempstead Station Bovingdon – Lye Green – Chesham, Broadway – Amersham Station – Amersham, Woodside Road – Chalfont St Giles – Chalfont St Peter – Gerrards Cross – Denham – Uxbridge
Monday to Saturday daytime and early evening every 60 minutes.
Early morning and early evening journey start/finish at Chesham.
Operated by Carousel Buses
A frequent service operates between London Marylebone and Aylesbury, stopping at several locations along the way including Harrow-on-the Hill and Great Missenden.
Approximate journey time from Marylebone is 35 minutes.
Trains operated by Chiltern Railways: www.chilternrailways.co.uk
Metropolitan Line – Amersham to Aldgate via Baker Street. Two trains per hour to/from Amersham. All trains serve Harrow-on-the-Hill, however some trains do not serve all stations between Moor Park and Finchley Road. Approximate journey time from Baker Street is 50 minutes.
Cycles are allowed on Chiltern Railways trains with certain exceptions at peak times and on parts of journeys. Please check operator information for details.
Halstan is located near National Cycle Route 30. For further details please log on to: www.sustrans.org.uk
Also nearby are Hampden and Milton Trails, part of Chiltern Heritage. Information can be found on Chiltern District Council’s website: www.chiltern.gov.uk
Secure cycle parking is available on the Halstan site.
Cycling is a great way to stay fit and healthy as well as saving money – no petrol costs or queuing traffic!
Amersham Rail Station – 0.7 miles (1.2 km), 14 minutes.
Nearest bus stops –
Walking is great exercise – good for the heart, reducing the risk of many diseases and an excellent way of losing or maintaining weight.
Finding your way to Halstan’s factory by car is relatively simple. If you have a SatNav enter the postcode HP6 6HJ.
Alternatively if you are following a map please see below for suggested route options, then as you approach Amersham refer to the map overleaf.
From M25 north – leave the M25 at junction 18 (A404) and follow signs for Amersham ...
From M25 south – leave the M25 at junction 16 for M40 (west) follow for 4 miles. Then leave the M40 at junction 2 and follow signs for Beaconsfield (A355) to Amersham ...
From M40 west – leave the M40 at junction 2 then follow signs for Beaconsfield (A355) to Amersham ...
From A413 Aylesbury – follow sign for Amersham ...
From M1 north – leave the M1 at junction 8, take the A414 to Hemel Hempstead, then follow signs for the A41 towards Aylesbury for approximately 3 miles. Take the A416 to Chesham and then onto Amersham ...
From M5/M4 – leave the M4 near Slough and follow the A355 towards Beaconsfield and then Amersham ...
Halstan actively promotes sustainable modes of travel. If the only viable option is travel by car we encourage car sharing to make journeys more environmentally-friendly. Parking spaces will be made available for customer visits.
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