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Testimonials

"I just wanted you to know that the signs arrived today and we could not be more pleased! They look great and fit our needs perfectly. Thank you for all your help and persistence with helping us get this order put together and finished. You get a thumbs up for sure!"
Wyoming Retirement Center

"Confirming signs received for our client and also sign samples. Would just like to let you know we were impressed with the quality the design, colour range and the service was excellent. We have had feedback from the end user and also the architect both of whom were pleased with the products. We have several more projects similar to this one and we will recommend your products."
Powell Hardware Limited

"We received our signs yesterday and we think they are absolutely brilliant."
Hope Residential & Nursing Care Home Cambridge

"The sign is excellent and exactly what I wanted for our outdoor swimming pool services. Many thanks for all the time and effort spent by you and Eyeway Signs, a company I will recommend to all."
Clive & Julie Norman

"Can I say a big thank you for sorting the signs and the time taken in helping us. I will keep your details for future reference as we always need signage updates."
Mr Len Watson, Age UK Sunderland.

“Been meaning to e mail. Just to say that I love the new signs and we have had a positive response from those who have seen them.”
Braeside House, Royal Blind School, Edinburgh.

"Thank you very much in deed for the kind donation of £20.00 BUDS received recently, to sponsor a race at the BUDS race night on the 11th March.
Your generous donation is greatly appreciated and reflects your compassion and concern for the welfare of people living with dementia.
BUDS provides a unique service through care, social contact and a stimulating environment at its nineteen weekday clubs. These meet at various locations across the six towns within the borough of Sandweil.
Statistics can conceal or marginalise the real and ever present effects of stress, isolation and hardship placed not only on the person with dementia but those caring for somebody living with dementia. In many respects, carers need as much assistance and support as their dependant relatives and BUDS offer this by hosting Weekly Clubs and through our Befriending Service. The simple benefit of having a few hours to oneself, or knowing that there is someone to talk to or seek help from who has had .similar experiences can be comforting and invaluable.
Without your support BUDS would simply not be able to help the number of people we do and provide these necessary services.
On behalf of all the staff at BUDS thank you again for your generous support."
BUDS, Better Understanding of Dementia for Sandwell

"I have had the pleasure of working with Eyeway signs. I recently enquired if they could do signage in Gujarati, which is my mother tongue, they were able to do this easily and I soon received my bedroom and kitchen signs in Gujarati. They are of a very good standard and the contrast in colour makes them easy for people with dementia to see as well. I would have no hesitation in recommending Eyeway signs to anyone wanting to purchase signs in English or another language, they worked with me the whole way through ensuring the context and, spelling was correct."
Taruna Chauhan, Director T Chauhan Consultancy

"Thank you very much in deed for sponsoring a Horse and supporting BUDS Race Night recently.
Overall, £1,360.80 was raised on the night, which is fantastic! The money raised will go towards a new mini bus, which is desperately needed to help clients with transport to and from BUDS Clubs.
Your generous donation is greatly appreciated and reflects your compassion and concern for the welfare of people living with dementia. BUDS provides a unique service through care, social contact and a stimulating environment at its nineteen weekday clubs. These meet at various locations across the six towns within the borough of Sandwell.
Statistics can conceal or marginalise the real and ever present effects of stress, isolation and hardship placed not only on the person with dementia but those caring for somebody living with dementia. In many respects, carers need as much assistance and support as their dependant relatives and BUDS offer this by hosting Weekly Clubs and through our Befriending Service. The simple benefit of having a few hours to oneself, or knowing that there is someone to talk to or seek help from who has had similar experiences can be comforting and invaluable.
Without your support BUDS would simply not be able to help the number of people we do and provide these necessary services.
On behalf of all the staff at BUDS thank you again for your generous support."
BUDS, Better Understanding of Dementia for Sandwell