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“Motley Crew” at Vale Press raised £60 for Save the Children.

The Vale Press “motley crew” who donned their Christmas Jumpers raised £60.

Hopefully, it will now be an annual event in the Vale calendar!

https://vale.community/2018/12/14/team-vale-motley-crew-in-christmas-jumpers/

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Please consider printing 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 raise £1800 for three local charities!

Vale Press Ltd were delighted to sponsor the printing, publicity and signage for  the recent “Christmas Lights Charity” event held at TOPS Plants, Mickleton.

The event raised £1800 – £600 each for three very worthwhile local charities – Campden Home Nursing; Shakespeare Hospice and Midlands Air Ambulance.

All of these charities rely on donations to continue delivering their incredibly valued services to local people.

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Further details at www.tops.community

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.

Team Vale “motley crew” in Christmas Jumpers!

Here’s just a few of the Vale Press “motley crew” who donned their Christmas Jumpers in support of Save the Children today!

The rest were busy keeping the presses running in our hectic pre-Christmas rush!

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https://christmasjumperday.org

You too can donate – here:

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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.

Howzat! £1540 raised for Stratford-based Eco Workshop

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We are really pleased to be able to support the fantastic work of our own local heroes at Eco Work-Shop, based near Stratford-upon-Avon. They do a brilliant job in supporting adults from local towns and villages, who have learning disabilities or autism, by providing purposeful, real work activities that develop skills and abilities. It’s a fantastic and happy place!

Our thanks to those who donated/attended the dinner and in particular to Jean & David Duckham who organised the event.

To learn more about the work of Eco Work-Shop, please visit: http://www.work-shop.org.uk

Meanwhile for you cricket fans, here’s a reminder of “Gower Power!”

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.