For all quotes,
information and general
t-shirt printing enquiries,
firstname.lastname@example.org(you are welcome to call our landline; 01273 674994, but email is best: even if we are not in the workshop, we are still able to quickly respond to emails.)
If you are happy with our
t-shirt printing service
Placing orders at Links T-Shirts
Simply send an email to email@example.com, giving as much information as possible. You can attach your artwork (but we can help with that, so please don't worry at this stage) and let us know if there is a deadline for the job. We will get back to you as soon as we receive the email.
printing services from Links T-Shirts
Screenprinting for larger orders, heat-pressed vinyl and full-colour transfer printing for one-offs and small runs; We offer t-shirt printing for everyone, and special t-shirt printing deals for non-profit groups and organisations.
Please ask about our student/charity discounts.
Typical prices for the most popular garments (inc. printing) can be found on our 'Prices' page - just click here.
One-off and Small Runs
For hen dos, stag nights, group holidays and sports events etc., we offer personalised t-shirt printing. We are happy to print on suitable garments supplied by the customer.
We can supply and print on: T-shirts,vests and tank tops, sweatshirts, hoodies, polos, ladies fitted shirts, and garmnts supplied by customers.
If you don't see what you want on the Prices page, please enquire by email, and we can help you choose the most suitable garment.
Our Brighton workshop has free short-term parking facilities for collections etc., but please make sure to arrange a time beforehand. We don't do 9-5, so it's best to avoid a wasted trip!
However, we supply screen printed t-shirts nationwide! Land's End to John O'Groats - mainland overnight delivery is no problem!
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by Martyn Jones