Reade Signs helps inspire next generation of budding writers

Reade Signs helps inspire next generation of budding writers

Young Writers and Mentoring Charity Little Green Pig recently held a week long pop-up event at the No Walls Gallery in Brighton, encouraging budding young writers with free story-making and illustration workshops. Working alongside design agency Sherlock, Reade Signs transformed a plain and neutral space into a fun, enticing and inspiring environment for the children.

Emily Hogan, Development Manager at Little Green Pig was delighted with the end result:

“Designers Sherlock created a fantastic look and feel for the space which was based largely on the creative use of vinyls to transform the venue, and we were absolutely delighted when Reade Signs stepped in and agreed to provide these pro bono. We had tonnes of feedback on how fantastic it looked and are extremely grateful to all at Reade for making our pop up really stand out. Huge thanks from all the team at Little Green Pig!”

Reade Signs helps inspire next generation of budding writers


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