Health study to come to Wrexham

August 31, 2010 by  

Print companies in Wrexham will be playing a huge when they issue invites to residents in the area to take part in the UK’s biggest health study. As part of one of the biggest studies of its kind, UK Biobank is looking for Wrexham residents to take part in a scheme that will ultimately look to aid developments in treatments to fight cancer and heart disease. Half a million adults are hoped to be enlisted and volunteers have already been recruited from [Read more]

‘Ayr Independent Shops To Inspire You’ are Blooming Marvelous at the Ayr Flower Show

August 30, 2010 by  

A big thank you from the ‘Ayr Independent Shops to inspire you’ to South Ayrshire Council who sponsored us at the Ayr Flower Show weekend (Friday 6th to Sunday 8th August 2010).

This allowed 16 of the ‘Ayr Independent Shops to inspire you’ to share trade stands, for either 1 or 2 days out of the 3 days of the Flower Show. Without the support from South Ayrshire Council, none of us would have been able to take a stand, so thank you very much from:

to Rachel McCallum and all the Business Development Team at South Ayrshire Council.

Posters highlight fake cigarettes

August 30, 2010 by  

Printing companies in Stoke-On-Trent have put their skills to use to print posters for Stoke-on-Trent City Council who have embarked on a campaign to try to deter local smokers from buying cheaper cigarettes that could prove to be counterfeit.

Counterfeit tobacco and cigarettes are fake imitations that often can prove even more dangerous to smokers than normal cigarettes. Especially hazardous to a smoker’s health, counterfeits can be include dangerous ingredients such as droppings from [Read more]

Leaflets tackle alcohol problem

August 29, 2010 by  

Print companies in Coatbridge or other areas of Greater Glasgow will be getting involved in NHS Greater Glasgow’s latest plans to tackle the area’s growing alcohol problem. Following a report from a team of experts, a list of recommendations has been developed in the hope that the health of residents in the area will improve. It is recommended that the region’s pubs that open early in the morning should only [Read more]

Opera threatens to disrupt village

August 28, 2010 by  

A resident of an Oxfordshire village has designed and produced hundreds of leaflets in protest to a plan to bring opera to the area. Summer operas are planned for a village in Oxfordshire for next year and residents of the area fear that their peace and quiet will be destroyed. Now a concerned resident has produced leaflets detailing the opera plans to distribute to other villagers in the area to try to drum up support to protest against the ideas. Turville, near Henley in Oxfordshire was the location for filming TV’s [Read more]

Polo re-launch in store

August 27, 2010 by  

Convenience store retailers around Ware will be starting to see a big push in-store as Nestle look to reinvigorate their Polo brand for the first time in ten years. The familiar mint with a hole in the middle, although an iconic brand in Britain, has not seen an advertising push for a decade and the re-launch will see the fun and quirkier [Read more]

Pope’s visit disrupted

August 26, 2010 by  

Companies offering banner printing in East Kilbride or other areas around Glasgow could find themselves in the middle of a bitter dispute as plans to disrupt the Pope’s visit to the city have come to light. Unions are currently locked in a dispute with Glasgow Life, formerly Culture and Sport Glasgow, that runs Glasgow’s museums and sport centres in the area. It has been discussed that one proposal that unions are considering to highlight their point of view is to print [Read more]

Comedy comes to Falkirk

August 25, 2010 by  

Print companies in Falkirk will have contributed to the great success of the recent ‘Funny in Falkirk’ comedy festival as information leaflets produced to promote the event brought many local punters to the new festival and sent them home with a smile on their face. The new stand up comedy festival took place in Bo’ness over the weekend of the 31st July – 1st August. The funnymen appeared at Bo’ness Town Hall with Saturday night bringing the best of Scottish comedy to the area featuring comedians such as [Read more]

Meningitis UK raise awareness of killer disease

August 24, 2010 by  

The campaign to raise awareness of killer disease, Meningitis, got a real boost in recent weeks as the charity Meningitis UK came to the Wisbech area to help educate people on the symptoms and dangers of the deadly disease. The charity took their giant trailer to the local Asda in Wisbech to help raise awareness to people in the area and offering public information about Meningitis. Meningitis UK was founded by [Read more]

Poole Council resorts to shock tactics

August 23, 2010 by  

Print companies in Poole will be doing their bit to clean up the town as the Environmental and Consumer Protection Services officers in the area look to print information leaflets and distribute them, hammering home the message that dog owners should clean up after their dogs. The information leaflets, however, are not the hardest hitting part of this campaign that has been developed in the area to try to clean up the dog mess in the town. Poole Council is using an experimental tactic to shock dog owners by [Read more]

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