Celebrate Canada Day with Come From Away

News The cast of Come From Away celebrate Canada Day at Tottenham Court Road

12 July 2019

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PRIDE in our Work… The PRIDE 2019 story continues

03 July 2019

PRIDE in our Work… The PRIDE 2019 story continues Transport for London is an organisation that reflects the diversity of the city it serves. Links signs have been installing new Pride in our work posters at Green Park, North Greenwich, Limehouse and West Croydon – featuring portraits of LGBT+ staff and their allies, talking about […]

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Green Park station Pride in our work posters

PRIDE in London 2019 – TfL celebrates diversity with new roundels

27 June 2019

Pride in London 2019 – new Bi Pride roundel unveiled in Tube stations across London for the first time – and Links Signs are making it happen. “The Pride roundels, celebrating LGBT+ Londoners of all races, backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities, will show visitors from across the world that everyone is welcome here and […]

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Pride 2019 Hammersmith Station Roundel

Links Signs Reaccredited for ISO 9001 & 14001

05 June 2019

Links Signs Reaccredited for ISO9001 and 14001 As part of our ongoing commitment to our clients, Links Signs was recently audited by the British Assessment Bureau for the ISO9001 and 14001 standards. You can click the logos below to view our compliance certificates: ISO 9001 is a Quality Management Standard. The aim of the standard […]

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Hannah Dadds Tribute Unveiled

05 June 2019

Hannah Dadds Tribute Unveiled Links Signs is proud to have partnered with London Underground Ltd to produce a tribute to Hannah Dadds. Hannah made history as the first ever female Tube train driver. The vitreous enamel plaque was unveiled recently at a ceremony at Upton Park station. It takes pride of place on a wall of the station’s […]

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Hannah Dadds

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