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Surrey Business Prepares to Climb North Africa’s Tallest Peak

Stocksigns Group

Accidents are the biggest killer of children and young people.

Surrey-based signage company Stocksigns Group is set to tackle its biggest charity challenge to date in order to raise funds for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). The Stocksigns team will be climbing Mount Toubkal, North Africa’s highest mountain from Friday 18 May 2018 and are hoping to complete the challenge in under 3 days.

The epic challenge involving 12 employees is aiming to raise £4,000 for RoSPA (, a charity the company has been supporting for almost a decade. Located within the Toubkal National Park in southwestern Morocco, Mount Toubkal reaches 4,167 metres high.

RoSPA is currently celebrating 100 years of saving lives and introduced the Brighter Beginnings Appeal at the start of its centenary year. The appeal focuses on keeping children safe and providing parents with information to help protect their children from accidents.

Rebecca Hickman, RoSPA’s Corporate Partnerships Manager, said, “Accidents are the biggest killer of children and young people. Every single week, more than 100 children under the age of five are hospitalised due to accidental poisoning, and a further 60 following a burn or scald. These accidents can change lives forever, or tragically even end them. Yet it doesn’t have to be like this, accidents don’t have to happen. Our Brighter Beginnings Appeal is raising money to provide vital safety tips and tools to the families most in need. The more money we raise, the more families we can help.”

Danny Adamson, Managing Director for Stocksigns Group, said. “We are a proud supporter of RoSPA and this year alone we’ve tackled the Three Peaks Challenge, cycled the distance to Lapland and held numerous fundraising events. Our fitness and team skills will be put to the test in an unspoiled, natural environment.”

Stocksigns Group, which is made up of Stocksigns, Messagemaker and First Call Signs, has provided signage to British businesses for over 60 years. Their dedicated team of experts help companies understand the signage they need and how to ensure they are compliant with the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO).

A practice walk will be taking place across the North Downs in December. A fundraising site has also been set up and can be found here

To stay up to date with the team, please follow @Stocksigns on Twitter.

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For further information, or to request an interview with Danny Adamson please contact Adam Betteridge via email or Dom Hogan at or call the office on 0333 344 2341.

About Stocksigns Group

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, 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. Its 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