Gaywood media company is first in UK to join ‘Spice’

Pictured from left, are  Mike Taylor, The Bridge For Heroes, CEO, Kate Price, Partnerships Manager - East of England for Spice Innovations, Martin Strals, MD of Riarmato Productions. ANL-150225-105557001

Pictured from left, are Mike Taylor, The Bridge For Heroes, CEO, Kate Price, Partnerships Manager - East of England for Spice Innovations, Martin Strals, MD of Riarmato Productions. ANL-150225-105557001

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Gaywood-based Riarmato Productions has become the first media company in the UK to join the Spice time credits community.

The time credits scheme works on the basis that for every one hour of time that an individual gives to a community focused project, group or activity that is a part of the West Norfolk Time Credits network, they will receive one Time Credit, worth one hour, which can be used to access a variety of different services or activities within the local community.

Riarmato Productions has officially partnered the Spice time credits scheme and offers people an opportunity to have family photos, portraits and other photography taken.

The company is offering its photography services to the time credits community part of the Corporate Spending scheme, which enables access to services and activities that people would not usually be able to use. It is offering any individual the opportunity to participate in a photo-shoot and receive one digital photo of choice, for two time credits per person. This can include family photography, portraiture and lifestyle photography.

Kate Price, partnerships manager in the East of England for Spice Innovations, said: “We’re thrilled to have Riarmato joining our Spice Network. We love being able to offer volunteers access to a wide range of different activities from local businesses and photography is a fantastic first for us.

“It’s going to be the start of an exciting partnership between our organizations.”

Riarmato Productions is an international media production company which works on a variety of projects ranging from creating stop motion animations with young people, commercial, promotional and music videos, feature film productions and various photography projects. Its studio and offices are located on the corner of Beulah Street and Wootton Road.