Latest News | 9 March 2021

Signage firm uses expertise to brighten up hospice

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Graphics and signage specialist MX Display has used its expertise to brighten up the interiors at Treetops Hospice Care.

The firm first approached the Risley hospice towards the end of 2019, offering its creative skills and expertise to improve areas around the hospice enjoyed by patients, counselling clients and visitors.


Now, as the national lockdown lifts, patients and counselling clients returning to the hospice will be able to see MX Display’s handiwork.

Patients to the Treetops Wellbeing Cafe will now be greeted by a huge three-metre-tall bespoke illustration of silver-birch trees and birds in the Wellbeing Space.

In addition, a dramatic tree design, made from special acoustic material, now adorns a large area of the Cheetham Centre where clients come for bereavement and life- limiting illness counselling.

Emma Duerden, senior creative at MX Display, said: “Treetops is a charity close to our hearts.

“We wanted to use our latest products and decorative acoustic panels to brighten their walls as a gesture of thanks for Treetops’ outstanding hard work and wonderful care in our local community.

“We really wanted to make a big difference, so we worked closely with Treetops to identify spaces across the hospice where we could really have an impact.


“Our studio team came up with several ideas to transform the two walls that would promote the Treetops brand – and be sensitive to the purpose of the spaces.

“We loved working on this community project with the Treetops team and making a difference to both the staff and their visitors.”

Jules Kirk, head of counselling at Treetops, said: “On behalf of Treetops we want to say a huge thanks to MX Display for their incredibly generous support.

“We can’t wait to welcome our counselling clients back on site for them to see and enjoy the new designs and installations.

“The tree design in the counselling centre provides a warm welcome for those coming to the hospice for support during a very difficult time.”

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