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February 2015 News Archive

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  • Signs Express Founding director to be arrested (for charity!)
    27.02.2015

    Signs Express Founding director to be arrested (for charity!)

    On Thursday 5 March, Signs Express founding director, Frank Eliel, will be one of a number of respected community and business leaders from across Norfolk who will be arrested and jailed in the name of charity.

  • A Family Affair for Signs Express (Croydon)
    26.02.2015

    A Family Affair for Signs Express (Croydon)

    Signs Express (Croydon) was recently approached by a concerned Police Constable from Croydon Metropolitan Police who wrote to them advising of the imminent council budget cuts which currently are received by The Family Centre, based in Fieldway.

  • Helping Myton Hospice Glow
    24.02.2015

    Helping Myton Hospice Glow

    Signs Express (Warwick) has been working with Coventry and Warwickshire charity The Myton Hospices to supply them with promotional lamppost signs for their upcoming event “Glow in the City”.

  • Sales Director Tony Marsh joins BFA as board director
    19.02.2015

    Sales Director Tony Marsh joins BFA as board director

    Signs Express sales director Tony Marsh has recently received the honour of being voted in as a board director of the British Franchise Association (BFA) and sits on the quality and standards committee.

  • Blooming Marvellous
    17.02.2015

    Blooming Marvellous

    Following on from the success of the 2012 sleeper film The best Exotic Marigold Hotel, director John Madden takes the helm again in this years sequel, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

  • (Dr) Who won our calendar competition?
    17.02.2015

    (Dr) Who won our calendar competition?

    In January, Catherine Birch from Portsmouth was the lucky winner of a Blu-ray player.

  • National Rebrand of UK Pelican Rouge depots
    09.02.2015

    National Rebrand of UK Pelican Rouge depots

    Premium coffee specialists Pelican Rouge (formerly known as Autobar Group) recently appointed Signs Express (Harlow) to carry out the national rebranding of the signage at its nine UK depots.

  • Continuing Professional Development at Signs Express (Farnborough)
    04.02.2015

    Continuing Professional Development at Signs Express (Farnborough)

    Steve Taro, Production Manager at Signs Express (Farnborough) recently braved the elements to complete a PASMA course for the safe use of mobile towers to work at height - on a very cold January day! PASMA are the leading trade association for the mobile access tower industry, representing the interests of manufacturers, suppliers and users of mobile towers.

  • The Future’s Bright, The Future’s Hendy (Car Store)
    04.02.2015

    The Future’s Bright, The Future’s Hendy (Car Store)

    Following a fire at the premises in 2014, Hendy Group have had their Car Store showroom rebuilt & created a whole new brand for it.

  • A royally good sign
    03.02.2015

    A royally good sign

    Signs Express (Telford) has recently provided a plaque for the new Women and Children's Unit at The Princess Royal Hospital in Shropshire.

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Recent Projects

  • Devon County Council
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    Devon County Council

    Signs Express (Exeter) has supplied a number of sign and graphic products to Devon County Council over the years including vehicle graphics, directional signs, DDA compliant signs, health and safety signs and display signage.

  • Slaters
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    Slaters

    Slaters is a chain of clothing stores across the UK with its HQ based in Glasgow.

  • The Trinity Centre
    Shop Signs
    The Trinity Centre

    Signs Express (Aberdeen) installed over 120 signs to help rebrand its local shopping mall The Trinity Centre.