Residents leaflet to save their streets

October 31, 2010 by  

Companies offering digital printing around Falkirk or Stirling will have been busy in recent weeks as residents of nearby Bridge of Allan have gathered together to launch a campaign to “Save Our Street”. Printing and distributing leaflets far and wide, the organisers of “Save Our Street” have rallied the locals to campaign against plans to make alterations to a street following planning permission granted for the ground floor of the Walmer Hotel in the area to be changed into a supermarket.

Although the planning permission for change of use has already been granted, the new supermarket will require changes such as an extension to the building, and alterations to the road, which campaigners are urging the public to object to on the grounds that [Read more]

Scots are Lone Rangers no longer

October 30, 2010 by  

Figures on the number of Scots car sharing have jumped a massive 50% in the past two years as more and more people begin to share lifts to work.

Figures reported in the Sunday Herald in Scotland will have been boosted by a campaign that ran in Scotland earlier in October encouraging more people to lift share to work. A poster campaign went up to recruit more drivers, and those wanting to share lifts, with an eye catching ‘Wanted’ western style creative aimed at encouraging people not to be ‘lone rangers’ when it comes to driving themselves to work. As the posters went up, produced by companies offering poster printing in East Kilbride and other areas around [Read more]

Leaflets drive awareness of osteopathy

October 29, 2010 by  

The generosity of students in Loughborough, and using the services of companies offering flyer printing Loughborough, have enabled a couple from the area to raise awareness of the benefits of osteopathy in helping alleviate the suffering of their newborn baby by printing leaflets to distribute to other parents.

The couple, Jenny and Jonathan Oakden, went through weeks of sleepless night when their new son, Daniel, was born. Whilst parents expect some sleepless nights with a newborn, the Oakden’s son would cry for hours at a time suffering from a severe [Read more]

Leaflet distribution company re-launches

October 28, 2010 by  

A hard working businessman looking to relaunch his leaflet distribution business could have good news for companies offering flyer printing in Kings Lynn as he looks to branch out his work into the area.

Gavin Wright set up a leaflet distributing business back in 2004 having used the advertising method to drum up business for his ceramic tiling business. As other companies looked to him to distribute their leaflets also, Mr Wright decided to set himself up distributing leaflets full time, employing 11 staff members and closing down his tiling business. However, having many estate agents as clients, the [Read more]

Power to the people

October 27, 2010 by  

Plans for an enormous power plant at the docks in Southampton will lead to a major consultation process with the people in the city as the impacts on noise, the environment, emissions and traffic are considered.

Printing companies in Southampton will be busy producing leaflets to be distributed to residents and any businesses in the areas surrounding such as Millbrook, Marchwood, Redbridge and Freemantle to inform them of the proposals for the power plant which Helius Energy is looking to build on the Western Docks close to Millbrook train station. The plant will be a giant wood-fired development that could bring construction jobs to the area and boost [Read more]

Football fans want to fly the flag for Ayr again

October 26, 2010 by  

Businesses offering banner printing in Ayr are awaiting the call from devastated Ayr United football fans after a branch of supporters from the Aberdeen supporters club lost a trusty flag that had become their good luck charm at Ayr United football matches.

Their banner had travelled far and wide with the supporters over the last 15 years and become a regular fixture at games, and part of the club itself. A member of the Aberdeen supporters club explained how they liked to take the flag to games around Scotland as well as the banner making an appearance at supporters’ weddings. The Aberdeen supporters club are a particularly [Read more]

Norfolk men are target of cancer campaign

October 25, 2010 by  

Companies specialising in digital printing in Norwich or other areas across Norfolk will be gearing up to produce posters, stickers and postcards as a campaign is launched across the area aimed at raising awareness of skin cancer.

The campaign has been launch by Anglia Cancer Network following the release of figures which showed that the Norfolk region has the highest incidence of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, in the Anglia region. To get into their key target areas and engage with people who are most at risk, the Anglia Cancer Network has arranged teams of promotional staff to [Read more]

Groups join to warn of celebration dangers

October 24, 2010 by  

Several organisations from the Stoke on Trent area have gathered together to launch a campaign aimed at keeping young people in the area out of danger during celebrations around Halloween and Bonfire Night. Stoke City Council, Staffordshire’s Council, Police and Fire and Rescue have all come together to get a message out to young people in the region that they need to ‘take care and be aware’ during the festivities and ensure that they avoid any trouble. Members of the various groups put out statements as to why they are backing the campaign with councillors and members of the police and youth groups urging youngsters to [Read more]

Good things in small packages

October 23, 2010 by  

Residents of Coatbridge are quite rightly proud of their home city as they scooped an award from Beautiful Scotland for the ‘best small city’ for the second year on the run. The judges of the award were said to have been very impressed by Coatbridge and described the place as ‘vibrant’ and having an ‘up and coming community’. As a result of their award, Coatbridge will now be entered into the Britain in Bloom competition due to the parks and community gardens around the city.

MPs from around the region joined together to congratulate the area on the impressive [Read more]

Posters reunite family with ‘dangerous’ dog

October 22, 2010 by  

A Hertfordshire family were reunited with their dog after a poster campaign helped raise awareness of the missing pet. Now the family are calling for a review on the law after their pet, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier Ridgeback cross, escaped after it was seized by the police on suspicion of being a Pit Bull terrier.

The owners of the dog Tootsie, Neil Carrington and Mikala Coulthard, called on the help of companies offering poster printing in Ware or other areas in Hertfordshire in order to produce posters of their beloved family pet in a bid to get her back. The Hertfordshire Constabulary had received several complaints about the dog which resulted in [Read more]

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