date posted

January 13 2016


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Mini case study: King's Church Centro lounge

King’s Church Eastbourne is a large and dynamic community that brings people from all walks of life together at their four meetings that take place every Sunday across three locations.

As part of their plan to meet and engage the people within their seaside town, the church decided to purchased a retail unit in order to create a community hub. The team at King’s Church undertook a large renovation project to transform the old shop to make it fit for purpose.

As part of this process they wanted to create an eye-catching fascia that incorporated graphics in order to add colour and also to provide helpful information. The creative team at King’s Church created all of the artwork and sent it over to our design team to ready it for production. We then printed the window graphics and dispatched them to site with our installation team that then applied them to the inside of the windows.

It was great to work with King’s Church Eastbourne on this mini project and we hope their community activities are a great success.

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