Monday, 4 April 2011

Leasing signage changes for lingfield Point Darlington - for GVA by Green Eye Signs Darlington



Green I Signs in Darlington, County Durham was created by Duncan Butterfield* In October 2009


In December 2009 Duncan Butterfield's Green I Signs become an approved supplier to VINCI Construction UK limited who have an annual turnover exceeding £1 billion.


In January 2010 Duncan Butterfield's Green I Signs become an approved signage supplier for New Lodge, Windsor.


In May 2010 Duncan Butterfield's Green I Signs become an approved signage supplier for Longcross Construction who's clients include, Tesco's & Sainsbury's.


In September 2010 Duncan Butterfield & Green I Signs once again become the approved signage supplier for Lingfield Point, Darlington & the Marchday Group. &


In December 2010 Green I Signs became an approved supplier for Hudson Catering & RFMD.


Duncan Butterfield's Green I Signs are ready to guide & advise customers old & new, so If you need free advice, free quotes & details on artwork on any of the following please don't hesitate to ask…


·          General Signage

·          Vehicle Signwriting

·          Bespoke Branded & Standard Health and Safety Signage

·          Illuminated Signs & Lightboxes

·          Banners and Flags

·          T-Shirt Design and Printing

·          Window Etch Manifestation

·          Full Colour Large Format Printing

·          Interior & Exterior Signage


Please feel free to contact me on 07730 321 191 or email me at

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*From April 1995 - October 2009 Duncan Butterfield worked for Graphic Systems in Borough Road & Valley Street, Darlington, County Durham.










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