Barnard & Westwood Ltd.

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Barnard & Westwood Ltd.

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Barnard & Westwood was founded by Albert Reginald Barnard, a First World War survivor who suffered injuries during the fighting which prevented him from working underground in his previous trade as a hotel printer. Faced with the loss of his livelihood, Albert approached his Aunt, Miss Westwood, for financial backing. A schoolteacher and noted Suffragette who contributed numerous articles to the press. Miss Westwood lent Albert the money he needed and Barnard & Westwood was born,
In recognition of producing consistent high-quality work for the Royal Household at Buckingham Palace, the company was granted a Royal Warrant by appointment to Her Majesty The Queen for Printing and Bookbinding.


23 Pakenham Street (from 2010)

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