Those who stay up to date with AB Print will be aware of our frequent commitments to various local charities and continued support of similar causes. Many may remember last December, we chose Yorkshire Cancer Research as our Christmas Charity. However, this year we are doing things slightly differently.
In fact, we are spreading even more Christmas spirit through the support of multiple charity campaigns. Below you can find more information on the range of good work being done throughout our region.
Working in partnership with Radio Aire, the Steeton branch of Acorn Stairlifts, supplier of mobility equipment, have launched their ‘Mission Christmas’ charity campaign. The task at hand is to help provide toys for children aged 0 to 18.
AB Print chose to get involved supporting Acorn by delivering some Christmas cheer in the form of toys via one of our trusted helpers, Alan Williamson. Acorn’s mission with this campaign is to ensure that children in West Yorkshire can wake up on Christmas Day with a present.
Pictured above, you can find Acorn’s Mission Christmas co-ordinator Nicola Howe (left), next to our very own Alan Williamson (right).
For those wishing to get involved, simply purchase an extra gift this Christmas and drop it off unwrapped at Acorn’s reception. Radio Aire will then gift each toy to a deserving child in West Yorkshire.
In a similar campaign to Acorn, the Salvation Army are also distributing toys to children throughout Wakefield and West Yorkshire. In the picture below, you can find Alan Goodall playing the role of one of Santa’s Little Helpers delivering more gifts.
Elsewhere on their travels, our valued team members have taken trips to Wakefield Hospice, and Harrogate Hospital, both of which were very happy to receive these toys to pass on to children throughout the region.
We hope for successful charitable campaigns and would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Aside from their temporary roles as Santa’s Helpers, our team are back to a very busy festive period. However, it’s not too late for any urgent orders you need before the big day or even for the New Year. For any enquiries, contact us on 01924 473481. Alternatively, you can send any enquiries over to email@example.com.…
Christmas is just around the corner and 2018 is nearing to a close. It’s been another busy but fantastic year for us here at AB Print, as evident by the amazing projects we have had the opportunity to work on. In celebration, we would like to share some of our highlights of the last 12 months:
Ian Brown, James Goodall, and Paul Brennan all ran three excellent times, which made the team very proud and is one of the standout moments of our year.
Ridings Centre 35th Birthday
Based in Batley, AB Print have strong links to many of Yorkshire’s big establishments. This year, Wakefield’s Ridings Centre celebrated its 35th birthday, and we were proud to be a part of it. To help celebrate, we produced material featuring significant and nostalgic moments within the shopping centre’s history.
From creating traditional Valentine’s Day printed products, to embracing the World Cup with printed merchandise, we’ve enjoyed every project that we’ve had the chance to work on this year. We look forward to working with existing and new clients in the future, and we are excited to see what 2019 holds for us.
For over 30 years, AB Print have been offering a variety of services to clients throughout Wakefield, Yorkshire and beyond; and these services proceed to grow as technology develops. Soon, we will be rolling out our new Web2Print system as we continue to expand.
To find out more about our printing services, contact us on 01924 473481 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.…
Over the years, we have had the opportunity to work with a wide range of clients in a variety of sectors, from national companies, to SMEs local to Leeds, Wakefield and Huddersfield. Recently, we completed a project for a non-profit organisation regarding some design work they required for an event. Following the project, we were delighted to receive a letter with excellent feedback from the client, The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)!
RNIB are one of the UK’s leading sight loss charities and the largest community of blind and partially sighted people. This year marks RNIB’s 150th anniversary, and since their launch in 1868 they have seen huge changes for blind and partially sighted people.
RNIB and AB Print Group
The project required us to assist RNIB and one of their supporters with some publications for a black tie event. The brief came through at short notice, but this didn’t prevent the AB Print team from completing the project on time and within budget.
We began initially designing table cards and fundraising envelopes for the event within hours of receiving the brief, before production commenced in our cutting-edge printing facility. Once completed, we sent these off for delivery with plenty of time before the event.
The thank you message was very well received by the team at AB Print (which you can see here), and we wish them all the best for the future.