Signs Express (Exeter) were delighted to have provided a variety of signage for the University of Exeter, where The Forum hosted BBC’s Children in Need in the South West, for the first time, this November.
The temporary graphics, which included around 400 of the Children in Need's trademark different coloured dots, were installed and removed outside of normal working hours to accommodate other events being held at the venue.
Children in Need took place on 16th November and was hosted at The Forum in Exeter by BBC presenters, David Fitzgerald and Victoria Graham. The day included lots of free family fun to help raise money and awareness for the charity. And of course, Pudsey Bear made an appearance and joined in with all the activities, which included a Teddy Bears Picnic, face painting live music and drama.
Marion Baxter-Sibley, of Signs Express (Exeter) commented “We were delighted to get involved in this project for such a good cause and thrilled to produce so many colourful signs and graphics to help promote the awareness of the good work undertaken by Children in Need. Working out of office hours isn’t unheard of in our industry and it’s something we are happy to do when needed to help organisations launch products or promotions at specific times.”
Signs Express (Exeter) provides a wide range of signage solutions to businesses large and small in Exeter and surrounding areas. From interior/exterior signage to vehicle and window graphics, health and safety signs and exhibition displays, the team will provide state-of-the-art materials combined with their exceptional customer service.