We’ll be closing for Christmas on the 23rd December and reopening on the 3rd January 2016

The team at West Riding Engravers would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy & prosperous 2017.

On December the 16th 2016 we got silly this Christmas for a serious cause, Save the Children CHRISTMAS JUMPER DAY. We managed to raise £50.00 to help contribute to making a huge difference to children around the world.

https://christmasjumperday.org/?sourcecode=W16002076&utm_campaign=cjd2016&utm_source=cjd-payin-ppc&utm_medium=ppc&gclid=CMOS2eyOg9ECFQ8TGwodJ90AZQ

 

West riding engravers is proud to announce that, we have been awarded with the highly prestigious Guild of Master Craftsman. Due to our skill, integrity, quality, professionalism and service in all.

Receiving The Guild of Master Craftsmen certification shows a sign of the up most quality, which brings together the highest skilled crafts people to deliver the best service to its customers from recommended trade’s people.

In order to become a member of the Guild of Master Craftsman, it involved a high inspection process, which included the anonymous feedback of 10 of our customers. We now at West Riding operate as a “Master Craftsmen” which we are immensely proud of. We would personally like to thank our customers for their constant support. We will continue to deliver our high standards.

West riding engravers, are privileged to deliver the highest service to its local community in Leeds and further around the UK. If this is something you may be interested in, you may want to read this article, “Why You Should Hire a Master Craftsman” for further information about how our award is beneficial to you.

Further to this you can find out more about the award by visiting the Guild’s website: http://www.guildmc.com/

 

 

 

If you’re looking for inspiration when ordering your signs and plaques please call into our showroom to view some of the many custom made products which we have on show.

Refurbished in December 2012, our showroom is designed to make your decision making experience stress-free. On display we have a huge variety of materials, fonts and styles as well as the added benefit of a digital display screen.

Our longstanding staff have a wealth of knowledge and experience with many celebrating over 25 years service.

Keep up to date with modern technology and regularly attending exhibitions tailored specifically for our products and target markets. Being members of Visit Yorkshire we have recently attended the Y14 at Harrogate conference centre to hear about the plans for the Tour de France and Grande Depart.

Regular attendance of exhibitions tailored specifically for our products and target markets keep us up to date with technological advances.  Being a member of The Welcome to Yorkshire organisation we were recently invited to the Y14 held at the Harrogate conference centre to hear about the plans for the Tour de France and Grand Départ.

Being located in the centre of Leeds we are fortunate to be positioned in and amongst some beautiful historic buildings dating back to the 1800’s heaped with history and yet new offices, restaurants and apartments continue to evolve on Wellington Street, most recently in the form of the approved development of Central Square which is emerging as the new West End of Leeds which is set to hold prestigious offices, winter and sky gardens.

Our building in 1800’s was formally known as Wellington Hotel, owned by John Stockill with a luggage shop situated at No. 62 next door to our premises. Horses and carriages would be seen instead of the modern vehicles which are on the roads today.  It is reported that during the late 40’s in the basement of No. 62, Henry Warner was found beaten almost to death and was taken to hospital where police waited at his bedside for a few words that might help them find his attacker but he died without recovering consciousness and his killer was never found.

The Leeds Central railway station was once situated directly opposite our building and opened in 1848. The cramped LNW terminus at Wellington Street, with the line to Dewsbury closed in 1967, when its services were moved to Leeds City Station to consolidate all of Leeds train services in one station. Part of the Leeds Central station site had previously been Royal Mail sorting office and is currently being developed into Central Square

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