A new mural, installed at Reddish South Station in Stockport by Fusion Signs and Graphics, has been given a bright, colourful welcome from friends and passengers.
The vibrant mural was commissioned by Friends of Reddish South Station and provided and installed by Stockport based Fusion Signs and Graphics.
The mural has brightened up the surroundings and was unveiled by Andrew Gwynne MP as part of Redfest and ‘The Great Get Together’ in memory of MP Jo Cox, tragically killed in June 2016.
Kim Burrows, secretary of Friends of Reddish South Station said:
“Thanks to Martin Denton from Fusion Signs and Graphics for getting our mural so superbly re-created.
“We hadn’t realised how faded the original one had become and it really adds colour”.
Fusion Signs and Graphics provide a wide range of signage products from simple roller banners, retail signs to vehicle wrapping and pride themselves on identifying creative and innovative solutions for signage needs.
The company have worked with many large brands in the UK through to smaller companies looking for a robust and visible solution to their requirements.