About us - News
Trading since 2007 the print shop is run by Claire Savill with the help of a number of longstanding associates. 
With Mac and PC in house Claire understands a wide range of software packages, Adobe suite, Office 365, Serif Affinity suite.
Trained in an advertising agency graphics studio, Claire progressed into Apple Macs from their very early days. A keen lover of I.T. learning is a pleasure. Sales experience added to her skills and this pushes the print shop forward. 
The service offered is tailored to clients specific needs, a local supplier dealing both business to business and business to consumer.

New services offered:-
2021 Goods on demand services

2021 Exmoor News media services - a service to encompass digital and printed promotions

2020 Online shop for goods

September 2017
Visit my new shop at
A selection of cards and posters.

June 2017

Exmoor News increases circulation to 2700 printed and 300 online, so just over 3,000 now.

2016 Print on demand services offered

January 2016

Ceri Keene and Claire Savill have taken over the well respected local magazine, the Exmoor News. Launched in 1986 this magazine covers southern Exmoor with 2,200 copies every other month.

January 2015

Books are born! A new service for authors, utilising online publishing. Call to find out more.

June 2014 - New services

The new Xerox is up and running and the quality is great - so pleased - thank you to Itec Connect Ltd., for getting it installed and running.

Website development has taken off with new clients who have asked for (and got):-

Booking forms, appointment booking systems, video, interactive maps, calendars, photo galleries, quick response codes and sliding banners... all for responsive websites (which run on smart phones and tablets). Social media linking and Facebook pages designed and uploaded.

Check out our website solutions here www.ruralworking.co.uk/database.html.

Thank you to all our customers who have made this happen.



April 2014

New Machine

Shortly taking delivery of a new digital printer, offering high quality and reliability.... can't wait.



January 2014

More hours

We are open now Monday 8-4, Tuesday 8-4 and Wednesday 8-4, out of hours by appointment. Phone 01398 323204 or 07791 709049 or drop an email to printingatthevicarage@gmail.com we check the email regularly.


September 2013

We have a big new shiny machine

Dear All,

Our new multifunctional heavy duty digital printing machine can print over size A3, colour, on paper up to heavy card, it binds, staples and folds and scans. This enables us to turn round work faster, more efficiently and widen our services.

Do ask us for a quote.



28th February 2013


Dear All,

I thought I would write you a short note to thank you for your valued custom or support and inform you of a number of changes which will soon take place at Printing at the Vicarage. 

We are to close for Easter on Thursday 28th March and will reopen on Monday 15th April.  (Claire will be on holiday from 20th March).   Whilst PATV will still be based in the Parish Office, from April the current services will now be provided by Claire Savill rather than the Church.  Claire has been involved with PATV since its start in 2007 and has been one of the key players in making it a successful print shop serving Dulverton and the local community.  Claire is totally committed to continuing the highest level of quality and service at competitive prices.  This includes maintaining the special rates for church and not-for-profit organisations.

Opening hours will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday each week, 8.30 am to 1.30 pm.  Other days, excluding Friday, will be by appointment with Claire.  Contact details are unchanged, but to remind you:

Office number: 01398 323204

Mobile number: 07791 709049

Claire’s home number: 01398 323067

Email: printingatthevicarage@googlemail.com

Website: www.printingatthevicarage.co.uk

Claire also intends to offer more office-based services and will be happy to discuss the range available with you.

Once again, thank you for your valued custom over the years and I am sure you will join with me in wishing Claire every success in her new venture.

Yours sincerely


Revd. Preb. J Thorogood.