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Gerald

Gerald

"The money makes a huge difference. We don’t know how we’d manage otherwise."   Our support helps beneficiary Gerald and his wife with everyday essentials. Gerald studied graphic arts, illustration, and silk screen printing at Eastbourne College of Arts. Deciding...

Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting

Join us as we reflect on our 2019 achievements Our 193rd Annual General Meeting will be taking place on Tuesday 9th June 2020, at the St Bride Foundation, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 8EQ and will commence at 3.00 p.m. The meeting offers a chance for us to...

Victor Watson Trophy

Victor Watson Trophy

Recognise a Young Person of Outstanding Achievement in our industry. Now in its fifth year, this Award was launched in memory of Victor Watson CBE DL to recognise a Young Person of Outstanding Achievement. The Award is open to any young person under the age of 31 at...

Three new trustees

Three new trustees

New council members are elected to help us continue to grow.   We have appointed Louisa Bull, Trade Union Officer at Unite the Union, Julia Palmer-Poucher, Group Production Director at Harmsworth Quays Printing, and David Phillips, Site Director, Dagenham and...

Visual Media Conference 7 April 2020 – Book now!

Visual Media Conference 7 April 2020 – Book now!

Unique opportunity to learn more from drupa in advance of their event in June 2020! The BPIF are delighted to bring you the 7th Visual Media Conference and Exhibition on 7 April 2020 at the Rose Bowl Leeds. The VMC is a free-to-attend one day event providing vivid...

Signposting

Signposting

We take a holistic approach to applications for support, taking time to look at all the factors in a particular case and how best to provide help. We do not work in isolation and value the relationships we have with like-minded organisations. Here are some of the...

Apprentice 20

Apprentice 20

In recent years, the Stationers’ Company has initiated an annual Apprentice event. The objective is to raise awareness of apprenticeship opportunities and to link young people from across greater London with potential employers. Last year Apprentice 19 was held in the...

Eileen’s Story

Eileen’s Story

One of Eileen’s first jobs when she left school at 15 in the 1950s was in Foyles Bookshop on Charing Cross Road. She lived in Camberwell at the time and had to catch three buses to and from work. “I loved working at Foyles where I repaired damaged spines and covers on...

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