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10 Mar 2014

We are closed on 4th April 2014

We are closed on 4th April 2014

We wish to inform you that on Friday 4th April 2014 Fascia Graphics® will be closed for the day. This is not for a stock-take or because we are moving, but rather we have our very own special occasion to attend – our twentieth Birthday party!

 

Tortworth Court Hotel in Gloucestershire

To help us celebrate our special day we have turned to Corporactive Ltd (a company specializing in team and relationship building activities), to arrange a day and night of exciting challenges, well-deserved relaxation, and luxury accommodation! Under their supervision we have selected Tortworth Court Hotel in Gloucestershire as the venue for this special celebration. 

 

Arriving on the Friday we will be engaging in boat races, archery, clay pigeon shooting, lawn games, golf, target rifles and numerous other testing activities. In the evening we have a meal and dance for everyone to let their hair down and enjoy a glass of wine! Thankfully there will be no long walks home as we are spending the night at Tortworth Court Hotel, giving us the chance to enjoy the superb health and well-being therapies the hotel has to offer on the Saturday morning.

Team Building Games

 

The birthday celebration is the company’s way of thanking all our staff for their hard work, commitment, effort and the application that has been shown over the past twenty years. It is testament to our team that even now, whilst we enter our twenty-first year in business we look for growth and continual improvement. Since 1994 when we opened our doors we have continued to evolve and improve.

 

 

Team Building Games

Whilst we are extremely grateful to our staff we also have another big thank you – to all of you, our customers! Without you none of this would be possible. Over the coming twelve months you will hear of further investment here at Fascia Graphics® in cutting-edge machinery, staff development and new processes and product lines. We may be maturing but it doesn’t mean we are resting on our laurels. On the contrary; we have recently signed up to a government backed initiative called Growth Accelerator. With their consultancy, experience and direction we will invest further in the business and implement a plan to double the size of the company in the next four years.

 

So once again thank you to all of our customers, staff, suppliers, friends and families. We have enjoyed a great twenty years in business and look forward to an even better twenty years coming up!

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