A few weekends ago, we made a bit of a name for ourselves when we downed tools to paint The Bridge Project's building at Bradbury Court, here in Sudbury. A few people in the town didn't approve of the pink paint, and not all of the publicity was positive... but this only seemed to rally support for the charity, with three local businesses stepping forward and offering their services to help us finish the job.
Premier Signs provided two signs, incorporating the Bridge Project's distinctive logo, and Spraybooth Technology and Balgores from Sudbury worked together with us to dismantle the wrought iron gates and spray-paint them in a specialist booth usually used for cars! The gates have been re-attached and the building looks fabulous.
The Bridge Project is a marvelous charity to work with and the positive support and action from the wider business community really proved that community involvement and good will is alive and well here in Sudbury. We're very proud to be part of it.
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