Our full details below should give you all the details you will need.
We offer a very friendly service so please forgive us if the following details seem a little strict and scary!!!! :)
Our address is
The Bindery, Carnegie Heritage Centre 342 Anlaby Road, Hull. HU3 6JA Tel: 01482 353558 Email: email@example.com
Opening hours : Monday to Friday 8.30am to 11.30am. In order to help non business school students avoid the queues we will be open in the afternoon 1pm to 2pm on Tuesday 4th, Wed 5th, Thurs 6th and Friday 7th Sept ember 2012strictly for non business school students.
Click here to see "How to find us" from Hull University (note how you turn into West Park half way down Walton Street and then first right to bring you up to the rear of our building).
It is best to go down Walton street until you reach a green area of trees. Then turn into "West Park" and then first right. Follow the road past the bowling greens. At the end of the road you will be at the rear of our building. Walk out of the park gates and round to the front of our building. We have our own bell on a side door to the right of the main entrance.
SATNAV - Tom Tom Sat-Nav users can now find "Carnegie Heritage Centre" under "Libraries" section of POI in Hull
Please watch out for other brands as the postcode does not work. If you can input co-ordinates we are at N. 53.74425 W0.37218
Bicycle - You can bring your bicycle inside our secure verandah area.
Taxi. If you are coming by Taxi it may be easier to ask for "West park Library - bottom of the flyover"
Buses. Number 2 runs from Hull Paragon Interchange every 7 to 10 minutes. Ask for KC Stadium/Walliker Street. As your bus goes over the flyover (bridge) you will see our building on the right as you come down the other side.
Customers with disabilities
We have a ground floor reception area with easy access and ramps. You are also welcome to drive up to the side of our building from within West Park, where you can phone us and we will come out to your car. We can also make local collections by arrangement.
Soft binding for submission to HYMS
Please click here for our order form
Spine cloth Arbelave buckram, shade 585 Black (taped style). The sides Clear Front and Black hi-speed board back, 230 microns. We only offer printing via our submission by email service.
Pocket's for own copy CD's attached in rear £2 each
Hard binding to HYMS specification
Full bound in Arbelave Buckram 585 (Black). Lettered in gold to official Specification.
Extra charges and postage
We only accept cash unless you are a postal customer.
Please make cheques payable to "S. Ingram & D. Robinson Ltd"
However work can be paid for by bank transfer or credit card via paypal.com
.pdf conversion for Word 2007
If you need to hand in your work on disc as a .pdf file there is a free Microsoft add-in for Word 2007 at
COPING WITH AN EMERGENCY
What to do if you are running out of time
Make sure you have enough ink and paper to print out your work. It can take several hours to print out and running out of supplies in the middle of the night can be a problem. (24hrs Tesco's on Beverley High Road or 24hrs Tesco's at St Stephen's in the town centre does stock inks and paper). It may be quicker to take your work on disc/memory card to a copy shop where they have fast printers. Plan which one to use.
It is not possible to make any changes once your work is handed in for binding and there is no space on our premises for you to make any final checks so please make sure that all copies are in the correct order. A good way of checking is to place them side by side and make sure they are the same thickness. Flick through them to make sure all the pages are the right way round. A common mistake is forget the references or even your title page.
What to do if you are seriously running out of time and are having problems holding it all together and you haven't slept for 2 days
If it's getting really scary, keep us informed of your progress. There's nothing worse than someone turning up unexpectedly five minutes before we close and expecting us to bind it straight away.
Never trust your printer
I used to wonder how on earth my epson printer could manage to print pages out of order.
Here's the proof. I finally caught it in the act.
The paper would loop over itself like a spring and when it reached a certain tension, spring flat sliding itself into another part of the document.
And finally (hopefully you'll never need it)