Digital printing in Kings Lynn could be key to tackling anti-social behaviour

January 14, 2011 by  

The Kings Lynn based Safer Neighbourhoods Action Panel held a meeting on 11th January 2011 to discuss how to spend a £2,000 Government community safety grant. It was decided that this money should be used to create strong community bonds and to benefit young people. This should make inroads into the quest to target anti-social behaviour in the region. Digital printing companies based in Kings Lynn could play a key part in this latest anti-social behaviour campaign, by offering services that will help promote new activities and initiatives, such as poster printing. Kings Lynn residents gave feedback at the Safer Neighbourhoods Action Plan meeting that they had seen an improvement in young people’s behaviour but that services still needed to be provided and promoted to help give young people activities to do to keep them out of trouble.

Printing companies in Kings Lynn are no strangers when it comes to producing messages that communicate messages to the local community about various initiatives and partnerships. The Safer Neighbourhoods Action Group are yet to finalise the decision on how the £2,000 will be spent but it is thought that a proportion of the grant may be spent on printed promotional materials.

By using a local printing company based in Kings Lynn, the Action Group could be assured that they would receive a service that was tailored to their needs as well as having the peace of mind that printing was being undertaken locally, which is often more convenient than using companies that are based online.

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