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 Stocksigns MD Danny Adamson (Far Left)

It’s important to recognise and help tackle issues early on and charities such as this are making a significant difference.

The Lucy Rayner Foundation has just received £1,275 in donations from Stocksigns Group, based in Redhill. Stocksigns Group raised the funds through a series of exciting events from July to September. The donations raised will help raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression in young adults.

The team at Stocksigns Group have been taking part in various activities to raise money for the Lucy Rayner Foundation. Stocksigns Group raised donations by entering the 2016 Reigate Run, hosting an Olympic Quiz and running an office bake sale with delicious cakes.

The Lucy Rayner Foundation was set up by former Stocksigns employee Jenny Rayner after her daughter Lucy tragically took her own life at the age of 22. The foundation helps raise awareness for indications of depression in young adults through education and campaigning. Based in Woodhatch, the charity also works alongside other charities with the same objectives to change how mental health is perceived by society. The charity works closely with mental health charity MIND and the YMCA.

Stocksigns Group Managing Director Danny Adamson said, “The Lucy Rayner Foundation has a special place in our hearts. It’s important to recognise and help tackle issues early on and charities such as this are making a significant difference. It’s been great to see the team here work so hard to raise money for a great cause. Our donations will help The Lucy Rayner Foundation continue the fantastic work they already do.”

Stocksigns Group are no strangers to raising money for good causes. This month the team is raising money for Royal Society for the Preventions of Accidents (RoSPA) by cycling the distance from their head office to Lapland on an exercise bike.

Stocksigns is one of Britain’s leading providers of signage and digital printing, with over 60 years of expertise. It provides signage for all situations and has made many bespoke pieces for places such as Gatwick Airport. Stocksigns Group also includes LED signage specialists MessageMaker and leading provider in temporary signage First Call Signs.

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For further information, or to request an interview with Danny Adamson please contact Adam Betteridge on 0333 344 2341 or email, Tabitha Monkhouse on 0333 344 2341 or email or Tina Fotherby on 07703 409 622 or email

About Stocksigns

Stocksigns group started life as a screen-printing company in 1955 and have become the go-to company for the very latest in signage and digital printing. The business provides high quality signage for all situations and has made many bespoke pieces for places such as Gatwick Airport.

Stocksigns’ sign range also includes all forms of safety signs and general signage including Emergency Fire Escape signs, Road and Traffic Signs, Fire Exit Signs, Braille Signs, Photoluminescent Signs and Hazard and Warning Signs through to No Smoking Signs.

All of Stocksigns’ departments are expertly trained in the latest industry innovations, from keeping up to date with legislation to new developments in digital printing. The firm has in-house specialists in design, site surveys, production and signage installation.

The Stocksigns Group also includes First Call Signs and MessageMaker. First Call Signs is a leading provider in quality temporary signage for the construction, events and festival industries. It’s sister company MessageMaker is a UK LED sign and display manufacturer with over 20 years' experience.

Stocksigns is a member of RoSPA and the HSSA and its signs are ISO 7010 compliant.

Address: Stocksigns Group Ltd, Ormside Way, Redhill, Surrey RH1 2LG

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