|BPIF Carols for Printers – It’s the most wonderful time of the year
Christmas is coming, so it’s time to warm up those vocal chords for the annual Carols for Printers. Carols for Printers, which is the annual Christmas event of the BPIF in conjunction with The Printing Charity, The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers, the St Bride Foundation and Unite, will take place from 6pm on Tuesday 10 December at St Brides Church, Fleet Street, London.
You will hear a series of readings from the Nativity from industry representatives, and the St Bride’s choir, along with the congregation, will sing both traditional and modern versions of Christmas carols.
The service will be followed by festive drinks and nibbles next door in the Bridewell Hall at the St Bride Foundation, home of the London office, from 7pm until 9pm.
This is a great opportunity for networking with others in the industry whilst celebrating the start of the festive season over a glass of mulled wine or two. Why not take along your loved ones?
Thank you to the sponsors and supporters – Halstan & Co Ltd, The Printing Charity, The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers, the St Bride Foundation and Unite.
BPIF look forward to seeing you there.
For more information or to register your free attendance, please contact Georgina Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org
About The British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF)
The BPIF is a thriving, best in class trade association invigorating a modern, progressive print industry. They inspire those within the UK print, printed packaging and graphic communication industries to see opportunities for growth. Their members form a diverse and influential community and together they ensure the industry’s voice is heard in Government.
They help solve business problems and drive strategic change providing the highest standard of support so the members can grow and develop healthy, sustainable and profitable businesses. Their experts specialise in offering practical, value adding solutions for all areas of a business, ranging from HS&E and quality issues to HR disputes. They provide resolutions of technical or legal issues as well as giving advice and support on training, marketing, sales and finance.
They are passionate about up-skilling the industry, making it their mission to educate, inspire and equip the future generation of print. In addition they offer a wide range of opportunities for networking both regionally and nationally, including prestigious events, special interest groups and popular short courses on a wide range of topics.
For more information on the BPIF, visit: www.britishprint.com