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The Low Down on National Stationery Week

In a world where many of us now rely on our computer and typing skills more than our handwriting, National Stationery Week is here to remind us all about the importance of handwriting and keeping it alive for ourselves and for our younger generations.

National Stationery Week

A study commissioned by National Stationery Week and carried out by YouGov revealed 92% of adults think that writing by hand is important and 97% think it is important to teach our children to write.

That's why in this special week dedicated to stationery we celebrate the pens, pencils, notebooks and other tools that allow us to write, draw and create in our professions and hobbies. We agree with the NSW team that you can never have too much stationery!

This is our first year as a participating retailer for the campaign and we have a very exciting competition planned for all of our stationery loving readers.

More news about that to come in the next few weeks so keep an eye on our Facebook and blog.

With a whole week to celebrate National Stationery Week there are plenty of ways that you can get involved at home.

Join in online by using these hashtags on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and embrace the 7 Days of Stationery by writing thank you notes on Thursday 28th, and telling us all about your favourite items of stationery on World Stationery Day in the blog comment section or over on our Facebook page.

The Seven Days of Stationery

Whatever you do this National Stationery Week make sure to spread the word to everyone you know, that Writing Matters!


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