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How to Contact Artemis Stationery

Enquiries or orders are best made to contact@artemisstationery.co.uk. I will respond to any correspondence as quickly as possible normally within 48 hours (allowing for weekends and public holidays).

If you have a problem using this email address there is also a reserve address which gets checked at least once a week (but normally most days). This is artemisstationeryuk@gmail.com

I can also be contacted by phone or text on 07929 197963. Or +447929 197963 if outside of the UK

If you want a call back, email me with a suitable time of day to call, your phone number as well as what stationery you are interested in.

The address for contacting me by mail is:
Artemis Stationery, 26 Trent Close, Yeovil, Somerset, BA21 5XQ

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Thank you very much for all your hard work in putting together our stationery. I was particularly impressed by the way I could personalise anything I wanted and how helpful you were with my questions and understanding what I was trying to explain, being happy to send out lots of samples, and not pressurising me to go for things I couldn't afford.

Also thank you for working over the bank holiday weekend to finish the order, it meant that I was able to post out the invitations when I planned to even though I had got behind in putting together the list.


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