Thanks for the signs. They are great, James Cooper, Director, Stansted Park Foundation
We have been blessed with a long association with Stansted Park Foundation. Originally Karen met a member of their marketing team at a local women’s networking group. Both Karen and Janet were attending to encourage women returners in setting up their own business.
From there it started with supplying a few signs for the Estate. Now we are proud to work for the Grounds, the Forestry and the Events teams. In this way, we can supply small signage for the whole of the private land owned by the Estate and ensure that it is coordinated in terms of style and design. Stansted Park have a particular look that is in keeping with the historic area they manage. Most of the internal signage is black or dark green with white writing.
However, the directional signage alongside the private road has been in place for many years. Like many Foundations, Stansted Park have become more commercial with the addition of a farm shop and tourist attractions. They wanted these details added to the road signage. Their grounds team didn’t like the idea of replacing the signs, so we were able to come up a with a re-design that we could install in situ. The block cut vinyl lettering made from marine grade vinyl made this task an easy one. We send this type of lettering all over the UK, so you do not need to be geographically close to us. You can install changes even to large signs in situ, on your own with no more training than watching a few of our instructional videos.
In these present times, who does not like the idea of re-using existing signage?
If you run your fingers over your sign, does it feel like the lettering or design has been stuck on? If so, you can remove it with gentle heat from a hot gun or hair dryer. Then you clean any sticky residue using DeSolvIt or other proprietary cleaner, before applying new lettering.
We sell signs on correx (a corregated plastic), tecafoam (rigid plastic board) or dibond (aluminium composite).