Print firm puts its stamp on campaign

Buxton Advertiser reporter Louise Bellicoso collects the Hands Off Corbar stickers from David Cadwallader of Print Express.
Buxton Advertiser reporter Louise Bellicoso collects the Hands Off Corbar stickers from David Cadwallader of Print Express.

BUXTON business Print Express is backing the Buxton Advertiser’s Hands Off Corbar campaign by kindly donating some special campaign stickers.

The Market Street company have produced 300 Hands Off Corbar campaign stickers to help support our fight to safeguard services at the Corbar Birth Centre, which is based at Buxton Hospital.

David Cadwallader, owner of Print Express, said: “The editor came in and asked if we would like to help with the Buxton Advertiser campaign and provided me with a high quality PDF image which we used to produce these stickers.

“We produced the stickers later on the same day we were asked, in high quality, full colour, and handed them over to help with the Buxton Advertiser’s campaign to save Corbar Birth Centre.”

Buxton Advertiser Editor John Phillips added: “We’re really grateful for Print Express’ support for our Hands Off Corbar campaign, which has received a fantastic response in its first week. Local people and businesses such as Print Express are at the heart of this fight which we intend to take all the way and we can’t thank them enough for their support.”

Print Express offer a wide range of services and pride themselves on their quick turnaround. To find out more, visit www.printexpressonline.co.uk.

The stickers are available from our office at 10 Scarsdale Place, Buxton which is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.