W O Jones Printers Ltd is very much a household name in the printing world in North Wales and has been for over 100 years.

Around the time of the Methodist revival in 1904, the late Mr W. O. Jones decided to set up a printing works on the old foundry building site in the centre of Llangefni. Everything in those days was hand set, a complete contrast to the sophisticated methods used at W O Jones today.

In the early days, Mr Jones employed a handful of men to carry out the work, and gradually the business began to grow.

In 1945 Mr Jones’ Son, Hefin, left the Army and joined the family business. He and his wife Glenys ran the business until 1983.

The Business now stands on a purpose built 10,000sq feet unit on the Industrial Estate in Llangefni. We have some of the most technologically advanced equipment on the market today, offering the very best in Litho and Digital printing.

The Printing Works is now very much a family business, with Mr and Mrs Hefin Jones’ Son Martin, his wife Pat and their two children Marcus and Tracey are all Directors. Martin started at the Foundry Works straight from school at the age of 15, Pat joined shortly after they got married and the children in the 1990’s. It is now going strong well in to the 21st century thanks to the hard work of 4 generations.

Since 1904 printing methods have changed dramatically. W O Jones now incorporates the latest equipment in Litho and Digital printing - a far cry from the days when the late W. O. Jones started off hand - setting the type, buying items of equipment second hand for as little as £2. In the advent of modern equipment, W O Jones became the first Printers in North Wales to use a monotype machine.

Today, W O Jones carry out any sort of printing, and pride ourselves on giving customers a professional yet personal service.

Advice is given on design, and our whole set up is geared towards high efficiency.

Some of our main customers include Bangor University, The National Trust and Local Authorities such as Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire and Wrexham County Councils along with several local community newspapers.