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Christmas Hours

Its Nearly Christmas Signs & Safety Ltd hope you’ve had a fabulous year. We will be closing Thursday the 21st of December and then back to help with all your signage needs, refreshed, January the 2nd.   Have a truly festive knees up…

New M&S Store Ordered To Remove Oversize Signs

The new Marks and Spencer shop on Lordship Lane in Dulwich, which opened on August 31st, has been ordered by the local council to take down its store signs because they’ve been made too big, with the foodhall breaching planning conditions before it even moved in as tenants. The front of the shop had signs that were oversized and had 84-90 lettering that hadn’t been authorised, while further complaints Read More →

Sponsorship of the jockey Josephine Gordon

Signs & Safety Ltd are proud to announce their sponsorship of the jockey Josephine Gordon. Josie is rising rapidly through the jockey ranks in spectacular style. She has ridden-out her 7lb and 5lb claims and is in demand by owners and trainers more than ever. Josie has ridden racehorses for many of the UK’s top trainers including winners for the likes of Sir Michael Stoute. Read More →

Bespoke Digital Wallaper

Bespoke Wallpaper

Custom printed using the latest digital technology we can use virtually any design, photograph or illustration. The possibilities are limitless and we can print to fit any size space. Digital Wallpaper is durable, colourfast and has a Class O and Class 1 fire rating. There are two types of digital wallpaper. Option one is a smooth finish ten year traditional pasted version, the other has Read More →

BSGA Membership

We are pleased to announce that we are now members of the British Sign and Graphics Association. The BSGA badge is widely recognised as a symbol of professional, trustworthy sign businesses. All members sign up to the BSGA Code of Practice and increasingly, this is recognised as a quality statement by sign buyers. Membership gives us access to valuable information regarding standards for sign design and construction, Read More →

Sales Person Required

Recruitment   We are currently looking for an experienced sales person.   You should either, have sign industry experience or be able to demonstrate a successful track record dealing with our type of clients. This includes experience dealing with Local Authorities, NHS Trusts, education sector, the construction industry or property management companies.   It is essential you possess the skills to develop excellent business relationships. Read More →

Happy Birthday Kristian

Our youngest member of staff Kristian is turning 21. He plans to celebrate by dressing up as a Marvel superhero this weekend and partying with his superhero friends. We all wish Kristian a very Happy Birthday and thank him for his hard work over the years making signs for us. If your signs are looking a bit old then we will be happy to help with any Read More →

Signs & Safety Driver Training

On Tuesday our van drivers met with Carey from Tiered Training to take part in a CPD accredited Hazard & Speed Awareness Course. We asked the instructor to focus especially on safe driving onto construction sites where we carry out a lot of sign deliveries and installations for prestigious home building companies. Another important consideration was the safety of cyclists and other vulnerable road users, for example when we deliver Read More →

Happy Christmas

            Many thanks to David for arranging our most excellent Christmas party yet. Here is a picture of us all “bonding” in our private box at Ascot racecourse. We wish all our customers a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.  

Many hands make light work …. and signs

          Here are our two new starters hard at work crafting signs. Jack Cook is a trainee and has started off his new career with us making and laminating our rigid plastic foamex signs. He describes himself as hard working, ambitious and determined which we are sure he will prove to be. Andy Murray came to us with previous experience in sign Read More →

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