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Braunston Print

Still here, still care!

Plan. Prepare… Print and pay when you’re ready! As you probably know, we’re a family run print business that’s been operating and expanding for a fair few years now. How have we done so well? We’ve asked ourselves that a few times, and we’ve realised it’s because we really do care about our customers. So […]

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Why Pay Insurance?

We, like many other businesses, often assume insurance is an annoying expense, but in October 2016 we arrived at work to a burst water pipe upstairs. We walked into work on a Thursday morning in early October to find the ceiling, together with lights, on the floor and five large machines covered in ceiling tiles […]

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Cycling like the wind……..

Grunwald UK Ltd and Braunston Print are joining forces to raise money for Cynthia Spencer Hospice.  The team of 6 will be taking on both the 25 and 50 mile routes through some very hilly Northamptonshire countryside on the 25th September, 2016. Chris, Janet and Kath will be battling the 25 mile route, while James, Jody and Drew are taking on the […]

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Which Sort Of Egg Would You Prefer?

Last year we read a blog written by Mark Coster of Pixooma called ‘Always Compare Eggs with Eggs’.   Not only was it well written it was….. oh so true. He compared ‘on line’ print and design services with local experienced companies. On line companies have standardised products and designs whereas small independent companies treat each order as […]

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About to do it!

2015 Adventure Once a year we raise money for a Local Macmillan Charity by doing something some would call ‘exciting’, some say ‘awesome’ and some describe it as just ‘painful!’ In 2013 more than 20 of us climbed Snowdon and raised £1779, Last year saw 18 of us walking from Braunston Ltd to Braunston village […]

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We Did It!

We managed to walk (what turned out to be!) 20.9 miles from Braunston Ltd to Braunston village in just over 9 hours. We were all exhausted but managed to raise just over £1000 for Macmillan Cancer Support so it was worth it! Our thanks to everyone who joined us.

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