Why we Love Print Part 4: Print is Bespoke

A printed product is Bespoke Every printed product is different and has a huge amount of creative potential. A designer can decide exactly how their product will look, feel and even smell. This allows customers to make a truly unique statement for their product or brand. Printed products can also be personalised for individuals making them … Continue reading “Why we Love Print Part 4: Print is Bespoke”

We’ve made the front page!

We’re delighted that our contribution to Forbenandsam has made the front page of the Stamford Mercury! Over the last year Warners Midlands have raised £13,500 for Ben and Sam to help provide a hydrotherapy pool for their home. Ben and Sam have Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), a rare muscle wasting condition that is life limiting … Continue reading “We’ve made the front page!”

Massive total raised “Forbenandsam!”

  Members of the sports and social committee and Managing Director of Warners Midlands Philip Warner presented a cheque for £13,500 to Ben and Sam. Ben and Sam have Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), a rare muscle wasting condition that is life limiting and affects one in every 3,500 boys.  The money raised is going towards … Continue reading “Massive total raised “Forbenandsam!””

April Capacity

As April is just around the corner it is easy to forget how quickly time seems to fly by! Already there are many jobs booked in to April month but available capacity is quickly disappearing. We have limited capacity available and we advise that you act quickly to avoid disappointment! if you would like to … Continue reading “April Capacity”

Did you know only 0.04% of our waste goes to Landfill?

99.96% of our waste is reused or recycled! Here at Warners we are very proud of our continuous work to minimise our impact on the environment. We have previously published posts regarding our use of solar panels and paper. This week we are delighted to announce that only 2.69 tonnes of waste from our entire … Continue reading “Did you know only 0.04% of our waste goes to Landfill?”