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With “Eddie the Eagle” in Calgary … Supporting our next generation of future Olympians!

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Not really in Calgary – or anywhere near a cable car, snow or a mountain!

Vale Press were, though, really pleased to be in Broadway to support a Fundraising Dinner at Russells Restaurant in aid of CASS & Friends.

fullsizeoutput_56dCASS & Friends was set up in early 2015 to offer financial support to young and aspiring athletes in the Cotswolds and South Worcestershire. The charity is based close to Broadway and Vale Press HQ.

Funded totally from public donations, CASS provide financial help to families with gifted sporting youngsters.

To read more about their great work and to read about some of the gifted, local young sportsmen and women, who CASS are supporting, please visit: www.cassandfriends.org

The Patron of the charity is an old friend of Vale Press – Eddie the Eagle, who told us that you will soon be able to see him back on TV – but we’ve promised not to divulge just what he will be up to!

Please consider printing locally with Vale Press and see our local communities benefit even more – we have fifty staff at your service running some of the world’s finest printing presses.

 

 

 

Vale help to “Remember” – by breaking world record!

Vale Press were really pleased to be involved in sponsoring the “Human Poppy” event in Cirencester on Remembrance Sunday, November 11th – the 100th anniversary of the armistice.

We helped to “get the ball rolling” a few months ago by printing the introductory   programme; sponsoring the Zone Boards signage used on the day and providing consultancy for the world record breaking event.

On Sunday 3300 people formed a “human poppy” by wearing coloured ponchos to create a sea of red, green and black. Each poncho represented someone who gave the life in WW1 from the Cotswolds.

The event was covered by national media including the BBC, Daily Telegraph, Express, Sun and Mirror.

A truly fitting way to “Remember”.

Congratulations and thanks to all involved – those who organised it and those who attended.

Please consider printing locally with the Cotswold’s local printer,  Vale Press and see our local communities benefit even more – we have fifty staff at your service running some of the world’s finest printing presses.