We last left the story of the Sticker Factory when we were just about to move from our industrial unit to a new bigger place with room for lots more stickers (and tea and biscuits!). Today we’re picking up where we left the tale back in January.
Roughly ten years ago we realised that our sticker family had grown so much we needed to move to a bigger place. So we packed up our rewards and moved to the Granary, opposite the water meadows in the small Suffolk market town of Sudbury. Birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough and mentioned fleetingly in 101 Dalmatians, Sudbury is a delightful little place to raise stickers.
Along with the flowers and the Highland cows in the meadows, the stickers flourished in their new environment and are still flourishing ten years on. We’ve slowly been taking over more and more space at the Granary, we wonder what the millers who used to work here would think if they could see it full of stickers and rewards not grain and flour. We think they’d probably ask us for some ‘Magnificent milling’ stickers and we’d be happy to oblige.
The Sticker Factory was home and ready to begin the next stage of our adventure. Join us soon for the next chapter in the Sticker Factory story. Until then, keep up to date with all of our latest news here on our blog, on facebook and twitter, and visit our website for all your sticker and reward needs.