Supporting skills and learning with Burwell Print

NCF make donation to Burwell Print

Newmarket Charitable Foundation recently presented a grant of £1,000 to Burwell Print.

Burwell Print Centre is a digital print and copy shop. They pride themselves on being a small, dependable, and friendly organisation offering a personalised service.  They also run as a social enterprise. Each day up to ten people with learning disabilities are supported and trained to provide quality printing and print finishing services. Their “Printers” get involved in every aspect of Burwell Print Centre such as working in reception, answering the phone, using the copiers and the booklet maker for magazines and newsletters, cutting business cards and printing other items like mugs and t-shirts.

“We are delighted with such a generous donation from Newmarket Charitable Foundation. The sum will go towards supporting our 27 Trainees with learning disabilities (Printers) through the real workplace experience we provide each day in our business and retail shop (Hidden Treasures),” said John Smith, Chairman of Burwell Print Centre.”

Making the presentation on behalf of NCF was Trustee, Noel Byrne.

Share This Project