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Killer app: St Austell prepares Eden guide for German influx

The Germans are coming. Specifically, they’re coming to the Eden Project, Cornwall, to enjoy the wondrous natural sights of the world’s largest indoor rainforest.

Saxon distills the essence of Moonshine into packs

O’Donnell Moonshine spirits come in four different flavours, each with a name more colourful and evocative than the last – ‘High Proof’, ‘Roasted Apple’, ‘Bitter Rose’, and ‘Tough Nut’. Flavours this bold need the finest, most innovative gift packaging to contain them.

Scots play a blinder and score for England’s Heroes

For a short-lived moment in the middle of the summer, football fans across England truly believed it could be coming home.

Adverset captains Leeds Bradford Airport’s flight of fancy

Yorkshire is going places. Specifically, it’s going all around the world, thanks to Leeds Bradford Airport. Open since 1931, West Yorkshire’s gateway to the rest of the world needed a bit of a revamp recently to reflect the adventure and optimism it represents.

Allsigns’ spotless staining is revelation for St Pat’s

Despite being a Catholic place of worship, the approach of St Patrick’s Church in Bristol to the decoration of its newly built atrium was anything but orthodox. Working with building contractor KP Wilton & Sons, the idea to transform its clear windows into a beautiful stained-glass display could only be achieved through innovative print.

HNS Signs brews up ale and arty look for beer bus

Taking the phrase ‘road beer’ to its logical conclusion, Sadler’s Brewery in Stourbridge, West Midlands, was sure to roll up to Birmingham’s City Social in style – carrying its crafty nectar to the trade event aboard a distinctive ‘beer bus’.

Killer app: Signs Express Plymouth gives hospice charity facelift

St Luke’s Hospice in Plymouth has cared for more than 3,500 people in the past year and its significance in the community is reflected by the success of its 30 charity shops across Devon and Cornwall.

VGL’s fruity Tube job has the sweet smell of success

Commuters at Oxford Circus London Underground station rarely come up smelling of roses, but they almost definitely picked up the scent of strawberries recently.

Northern Flags runs up the colours for naval gazers

Northern Flags has helped naval supply store Mainbrace Marine provide the Royal Navy’s flags on a number of occasions. This time, however, the recurring client tested just how tight a ship the Leeds-based printer could run with an order of fleet-sized proportions.

The Label Makers conjurs the spirit of the Mary Rose

If you want to name your artisanal gin after King Henry VIII’s prestigious warship the Mary Rose, as the HMS Spirit Company has, you best adorn it with a label to match.

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