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Bath Signage company haven’t lost that loving feeling

Complete signage solutions company, Freestyle Designs, based on the Windsor Bridge signed up again as lead corporate sponsor of the popular 2016 Movie by Moonlight annual event organised by the Royal United Hospital’s Forever Friends Appeal. This is the second year running that the Bath based company has pledged its support for the charity by becoming lead sponsor of the popular annual event hosted each year in Royal Victoria Park.

Jayson Godridge set up Freestyle Designs in January 2008, and has worked closely with The Forever Friends Appeal since then, producing vehicle graphics, event banners and charity display boards. Last year Jayson signed up as lead sponsor of the Movie by Moonlight, showing Mamma Mia. Following on from the success of that night last summer, Jayson is thrilled to be sponsoring the showing of Top Gun this year on Sunday 28th August. Jayson, Managing Director comments: “It has always been a pleasure working with The Forever Friends Appeal by helping them to get the message out there when producing their signage branding – It’s a Charity that has always been close to my heart, having taken part in the Bath Half, and even a parachute jump to help them raise money in the past. It was a great event last year and something we felt really proud to support and be a part of. We are looking forward to this year’s event, and feel honored to be associated with what we see as such an important charity for Bath.”

Corporate Officer for The Forever Friends Appeal, Jo Common, adds: “We have worked with Jayson ever since he started Freestyle Designs. He has always been very passionate about supporting the RUH, helping us with a variety of different projects over the years. We are therefore so pleased to have the continued support of the Freestyle team through this year’s Movie sponsorship and would like to thank them for their truly valuable ongoing commitment to the Appeal.”

This year’s Movie by Moonlight is taking place on Bank Holiday Sunday 28th August in Bath’s Royal Victoria Park. Entry to the event is free, but there will be a charity collection on the night, with all donations going towards the RUH Cancer Care Campaign – to help build a pioneering new Cancer Centre for the hospital. The film starts at approximately 8.30pm (or when it gets dark!), but people are encouraged to arrive early to secure a good spot. Food outlets will be available on site and the Appeal team recommend bringing warm clothes and a torch for later in the evening.

For more information about the Movie by Moonlight 2016, visit www.foreverfriendsappeal.co.uk.

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