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May News

This month you can read about how to make mailing work for you without it costing the earth, and how we can manage your data for you to find your ideal customer. There is news of Leanne’s volunteering to save a Lancashire treasure and of course this months #Twittercritter competition winner is announced.


You don’t need to mail the whole world!

Small, regular and targeted niche mailings can greatly enhance your sales pipeline, without attracting a huge cost and giving a good return on investment.You don’t need to mail the whole world, you can choose a postcode area that’s efficient for your business to service and the beauty of a small mailing is it doesn’t cost the earth plus you can measure your success and perhaps tweak the mail piece before you send it again.


Find your ideal customer!

We can help you hone in on the demographic of your ideal customer, then we can supply clean pertinent data enabling the accurate delivery of your beautifully designed high quality marketing collateral.

Alternatively, if you have your own data we can clean and audit it with the latest Royal Mail PAF files, ensuring that every mail piece you send is going to the correct person at the right address.


 

Clearing overgrown paths. Before and After.waterfall from reflection pool

Waterfall from the Reflection Pool, above the Japanese Lake

Rivington Terraced Gardens

Most weekends you will find Leanne, our digital designer, hard at work revitalising Rivington terraced gardens. The Gardens were designed for Lord Leverhulme by Thomas Mawson and in their heyday were a mix of terraced and ornamental gardens complete with a manmade ravine, Italian and Japanese gardens complete with lakes. The gardens fell into disrepair after the death of Lord Leverhulme in 1925 and are now covered in woodland rather than planted, Rivington gardens are however a grade two listed park and there are eleven grade two listed structures within the now established woodland.

It is this legacy that Leanne and all the other volunteers are working hard to preserve, so that future generations will be able to experience the hidden secrets to be found ‘up Rivi’.

To find out more visit here


Aprils’s Competition Winner

Aprils winner of the #TwitterCritter competition was Karen Williams. Karen correctly identified Wendy Craig as the answer and she was randomly chosen from the correct answers to become our winner. Karen received £40.00 of “Love2Shop” vouchers, a framed print of the #TwitterCritter, two books from
the Lancashire Wildlife Trust and one of our gorgeous 40 year anniversary notebooks. Thank you to everyone that entered and supported the LWT and better luck next month!

To enter May’s competition go here


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