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Litter Free Coast and Sea window stickers waterproof Public Sector stickers waterproof recycling stickers

Printed Stickers for the Public Sector

We manufacture a wide range of stickers for the public sector including:

- Councils and Local Authorities

- Emergency Services including the Police, Ambulance and Coastguard

- The National Health Service, NHS Hospitals and Trusts

- Schools, Colleges and Universities

Automatic 30 day credit accounts offered to all Local Authorities across the UK


Completely waterproof for long term outdoor use

Our inks and materials are fade-resistant and waterproof, making them fully suitable for outdoor all weather use.

We regularly print public sector campaign stickers such as no cold calling, smoke-free cars, what to recycle and neighbourhood watch.

Popular to for joint initiatives between Local Authorities and Police Authorities to help deter uninvited doorstop traders in residential homes and commercial outlets.



Consistent Branding

We print recycling bank stickers, using the official artworks supplied by the WRAP, mixing inks to the exact pantone colours outlined by the Government.


So next time you have a campaign coming up for What to Recycle, Litter Free, Recycling, Crime Prevention, Safe Cycling, or simply for car parking permits at your sites, get in touch and we’ll be happy to quote.

NHS window stickers Council stickers for outdoor use Double Sided Stickers Double Sided Stickers for Local Authorities


Raise awareness and promote your Campaign on Car Window Stickers

Car window stickers are an affordable way to promote your campaign locally across your borough, as they last year after year.

Very popular for campaigns such as Litter Free Coast and Sea, so your campaign branding can be constantly seen around your Borough in the UK.


Need inspiration?  Request a FREE public sector sticker sample pack so you can view some of the stickers we have manufactured for Councils, Police Forces, Education or Health Service organisations