Malton Enterprise Park’s new sign hails work of NHS staff

Malton Enterprise Park has unveiled a new welcoming entrance sign – designed by children in honour of the NHS.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 4th May 2020, 10:38 am
The new enterprise park sign.
The new enterprise park sign.

Harrison Developments LLP, the owners of Malton Enterprise Park, launched a competition for schoolchildren in the Malton area to design a new sign to pay tribute to the amazing work done by the NHS to combat COVID-19.

Sue Harrison explained: “We wanted to say a public thank you to the NHS for everything it has done in these incredibly challenging times – and we wanted to involve the community.

“So we hit upon the idea of a competition for local schoolchildren. When the entries came in, we thought they were all winners, so our colourful new sign celebrates a range of entries.

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“We are delighted with the result. Our park is on the main road from York into Malton, so it will be highly visible in the weeks and months to come.”

Work, subject to the thorough application of social distancing, is now restarting on the flourishing park, which has recently welcomed a raft of new occupiers.

The occupiers, from a wide range of business sectors, have taken a combined total of 27,500 sq ft at Malton’s premier employment park.

They include Snug Campers, Neu-Era and J S Graphixx, while two well-established Malton businesses, Direct Imaging and Parnabys, are now moving in.

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