We're all tickled pink at Mackman after getting together this weekend to give one of our client's premises (The Bridge Project, Sudbury) a much-needed lick of paint. The charity's building now looks fantastic - and swapping our computer 'mice' and design tools for scrapers, putty and paintbrushes made a refreshing Friday afternoon change. (Which is not, however, how some locals are describing the choice of colours...)
With everyone pitching in over the course of the weekend and more than 100 man-hours behind us, dishevelled woodwork and flaky paint are a thing of the past at Bradbury Court. All paint and materials were dontated by Kent Blaxhill, Sudbury and new signage is being created by Premier Signs and Displays in Colchester as I write. The bright new colours come from The Bridge Project's logo, designed by the Mackman Group.
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