Monthly Archives: November 2014

Green Brothers Signs Ltd- Now on Pinterest!

By Kate Keep  -  On 27 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

To all of you “Pinteresters” out there, we are happy to say that we have finally jumped on the band wagon and have joined Pinterest. This is a great way of getting a quick overview of our product portfolio, giving you inspiration for all sorts of signage! Whether it be schools signs, illuminated signs, digitally printed

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Further Signs for The Institute of Cancer Research

By Kate Keep  -  On 25 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

We have recently returned to The Institute of Cancer Research to install some further exterior and interior signage. The signage was diverse in both its function and manufacture, and our fantastic installation team really utilised their variety of skills to fit each particular sign. The building interior had some new wayfinding signage, including digitally printed

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Fun and Bright Primary School Signage.

By Kate Keep  -  On 24 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

We love the fun and colourful school signs we installed at Newstead Primary Academy last week! Newstead Primary Academy is located on the Stoke/Staffordshire border, in July 2013 the academy was recognised by the DFE as one of the top 10 most improved schools in the country. It is a fantastic school with some great

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Contract Awarded to GB signs by NEUPC!

By Kate Keep  -  On 20 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

All at Green Brothers Signs Ltd are feeling pleased today! We have received some fantastic news from the NEUPC (North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium) to confirm that we have been awarded a 2-4 year contract to be included on the NEUPC framework for signs and signage. Not only is this great news in itself, but

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Braille and Tactile Signs

By Kate Keep  -  On 18 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

Including the needs of the Blind and Visually Impaired in your Signage Programme. It is estimated that in the UK today there are around 20 million people living with sight loss, of that 360,000 are registered as blind or partially sighted. Tactile and Braille signage can often be overlooked ,but in the majority of public buildings

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