McEwan’s aim to re-establish brand with poster campaign

September 30, 2010 by  

McEwan’s, the well loved range of beer famously brewed in Edinburgh, is to raise its profile across Scotland with a multi pronged advertising campaign called ‘Aye!’ that will depend upon poster companies in Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness. The push on outdoor advertising will run from 11 October for two weeks, and will be accompanied by [Read more]

Residents urged to display posters to stop housing development

September 29, 2010 by  

Companies offering poster printing in East Kilbride or other areas of South Lanarkshire have helped a residents association fight their cause against a housing development in the South Lanarkshire area. The proposed housing site, in Gilbertfield, would bring a development of 350 homes to the area. A residents group called the Lightburn Tenants and Residents Association have held a meeting in the area to try to tackle the [Read more]

Hertfordshire magazine comes under criticism

September 28, 2010 by  

Brochure printers in Ware or other areas across Hertfordshire may be caught up in a row over a new glossy magazine style publication that the Hertfordshire county council and Hertfordshire police have recently issued in the region. The magazine is distributed freely across the county in health centres and Doctor’s surgeries, police stations and libraries, and contains features around issues such as health, lifestyle and fashion. Its first edition focused on [Read more]

Cambridge celebrations cost millions

September 27, 2010 by  

Companies who offer banner printing in Cambridge will have benefitted from the extravagant celebrations put on in the city of Cambridge to commemorate the famous University’s 800th anniversary in 2009.

It has now been reported by the Cambridge News that the 2009 celebrations organised to celebrate Cambridge University meeting this milestone in its long history cost them in the region of £2 million pounds. Along with the printed banners, which were designed, produced and displayed around the city’s streetlights with a celebratory message around the anniversary, numerous [Read more]

Biker pub officially made a tourist attraction

September 26, 2010 by  

Most pub landlords in and around Leicestershire wanting to promote their various entertainment nights employ the services of companies who offer digital printing in Loughborough and the surrounding area to produce posters to draw the crowds to their establishments. Not so a pub landlord in Leicestershire who runs The Victoria Bikers Pub. With the help of a pub regular who goes by the name of ‘Big Al’ Cayless from Loughborough who helps to organise all the events in the pub to cater specifically for bike enthusiasts, the Council has now been convinced of the attraction of the establishment, enough to put official [Read more]

Charity urges Scots to recycle

September 25, 2010 by  

Homes in Ayr are being encouraged to recycle more as part of a scheme from Keep Scotland Beautiful. Being ‘green’ and recycling have been hot topics for the past couple of years as more and more people are becoming environmentally aware but the charity, Keep Scotland Beautiful, wants homes to be even more vigilant when it comes to dealing with their waste. In addition to separating tins, bottles and papers, Keep Scotland Beautiful are urging Ayrshire homes to stop and consider when they look to throw items such as [Read more]

Police target Banbury break-ins

September 24, 2010 by  

Police in Cherwell have issued a phone number for the public for a Thames Valley Police Enquiry Line after a spate of burglaries in their area. The local police force will usually work alongside flyer printing services in Banbury and the surrounding area to issue a leaflet with tips on how homes can be more vigilant. This follows a series of burglaries and attempted burglaries in Cherwell, including the Banbury area, that have been linked following a number of cars that were stolen afterwards. The spate of burglaries began towards the end of May this year and since that time there have been a further ten that are now being linked, with four burglaries resulting in [Read more]

Leaflets drive crowds to Falkirk

September 23, 2010 by  

Companies offering digital printing in Falkirk helped to make Roman Week in the area a roaring success, as leaflets spread the word about the all the activities that were taking place in the district in order to get people more involved in its local history. Running from the 11th September for nine days, the Big Roman Week festival event involved a series of walks, quizzes, films and general fun as community groups all came together to let everyone know more about their local history. The region is the location for the [Read more]

Leaflets promote ‘Sacred Space’ in Wrexham

September 22, 2010 by  

Companies offering printing services in Wrexham will have helped to open up the area’s churchyards to the wider public as a leaflet has been developed to aid visitors explore Wrexham’s churchyards and places of interest in this rural location. Interpretation panels and the new printed leaflets are part of a project called Sacred Space in Wrexham which has been developed to help visitors to the area enjoy places of interest across 12 churchyards. It is hoped that the Sacred Space project will help to conserve churchyards and will promote [Read more]

Leaflet dumping postman punished

September 21, 2010 by  

A postman has appeared before King’s Lynn Magistrates’ Court and branded himself as lazy after failing to deliver thousands of pieces of mail to residents in the area. The Norfolk postman, Alasdair McAnally, clearly did not appreciate the efforts of companies offering flyer printing in Kings Lynn and ditched thousands of leaflets due for delivery in a public bin close to where he lived. The court was told that McAnally had told the Royal Mail investigators into the case that he had thrown the junk mail away because he was, by his own admission, [Read more]

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