Many local print/copy firms offer this facility, with the added advantage that you can go along and explain exactly what you want, cropping etc. and, of course, you don't normally pay until you pick it up having seen it.
My wife is an artist in all mediums and regularly gets prints done locally at a reasonable cost.
I sent them a photo and within 6 days had a A2 size canvas at my door . I paid £60 it had a very strong frame around it and I am very pleased . My wife and I shopped around but the frames were on the thin side in the shops etc and you could bend them with a bit of force ,but this one I could not .
Have any of you guys tried printing on canvas yourselves??. I purchased some A4 canvas quite cheaply, put it into my printer and hay-presto produce a very nice A4 picture. good quality, good contrast, etc.etc. Very pleased, I know of one company offer to put photo's on canvas for around £25. Still doing it yourself is more sastisfying. Would like to see you comments!.
Artists canvas - has to be 'Gesso' primed not primed for oil. When ever 99p store have an art event- they sell canvas in rolls for er - 99p Cut it to A4 and flatten[under a pile of books] works a treat. gives about 10 pieces if you plan it
Sorry Jack must have missed your original comments. I purchase my canvas from one of the cheaper supermakerts 20 A4 sheet for £2.99. A little more expensive than yours but still cheap and good results. Apologies again for missing your post.