Peter Scott Printers donates 200 Easter Eggs to Safenet

Peter Scott Printers have been providing commercial lithographic and digital printing to businesses since 1960, and are proud to be a part of the community in Burnley, from their base on Heasandford Industrial Estate.

Recently Joanne Hindley, managing director was pleased to invite in local charity Safenet, to hand over a generous donation of 200 Easter Eggs. Safenet, part of the Calico group, have been keeping women and children safe from domestic abuse for forty years. 

They protect victims and survivors of domestic abuse through the provision of safe refuge and support services, and promote the prevention of further harm, through various initiatives. The eggs provided have been passed to the Women’s Refuge, to create an Easter Egg hunt for children.

Joanne Hindley, managing director at PSP said: “Safenet has been doing such great work in the community for years, we were delighted to donate eggs to them to help them celebrate Easter with the children. We hope they have a great day!”

You can see more about Peter Scott Printers on their website: and read more about the work of Safenet here:

Picture caption: l-r Joanne Hindley of Peter Scott Printers handing over the eggs to Lisa Durkin of Safenet