The Bigger Printing Company has become a leading supporter of the Gloucestershire Bike Project.
Alongside Gloucester architects Roberts Limbrick, and alarm specialists Allcooper, Bigger Printing is supporting the not for profit social enterprise that works with young people, teaching them how to repair and maintain bikes.
Bikes that are no longer needed can be donated to the project, providing the young people with bikes to repair as part of their workshops. Fully refurbished bikes are then available to be purchased for as little as £70, with a warranty, a full safety check and a free 6 week service. All proceeds from the bike sales are used to fund community projects. The workshops teach vulnerable young people new skills, and they in turn help to provide a service to the local community.
Bigger Printing has provided two large PVC banners for a new shop that the Gloucestershire Bike Project will be taking over, as well as assisting with graphics required for the shop when it is open. Various company logos that are being added to the right hand side banner are being reverse printed onto clear vinyl and then backed in white ink to provide colour density and vibrancy.
For further information on the Gloucestershire Bike Project, please visit their website here.
Bigger printing has sponsored and supported a variety of projects and events in and around the county such as the comedy nights at The Cheltenham Town Hall 'Howlers', the Cheltenham Swimming Water Polo Club, the University of Gloucestershire's film course, and the Cheltenham Circular Challenge to name four.