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THE OFFICIAL DIRECTORY FOR EAST GRINSTEAD

Whatever you are looking for, East Grinstead probably has it.

As a not for profit organisation we list free of charge all the businesses in the town (any missing will soon be added) to help residents and visitors keep things local.

King of Ink

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» King of Ink
Address:
26 Railway Approach, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 1BP
Description:

Welcome to King Of Ink East Grinstead; we pride ourselves in providing high quality tattoos and piercings in a friendly yet professional atmosphere. If you are after a unique tattoo then pop down to our bespoke studio to have consultation with one of our talented artists.

We mostly work by appointment only- although we do try and fit in walk ins, so if you want to make sure you get an appointment, pop in or phone us to book a free tattoo consultation. Custom work is by appointment only, which is charged by the hour. Our purposed built tattoo studio is a stone throw away from East Grinstead Train Station; with trains running directly from London Bridge & London Victoria. Buses run frequently to and from surrounding towns such as Crawley, Horsham etc. We only accept Driving License/ Passport as proof of I.D and it is management policy to take a copy for our customer records.

Our purpose built studio opened in October 2011. With no other local tattoo studios in the area our owner thought it would be the perfect place to open a new and modern tattoo studio.

After finding the best artists who were looking for a new and exciting project; King of Ink East Grinstead was born. All of our artists have worked at tattoo studios for many years locally and across the UK.

Telephone: 01342 410793
Facebook: kingofinkeg
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Did You Know?


East Grinstead didn’t have a fire brigade until 1863.

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