"The village sign is a traditional emblem with origins dating back to the medieval village cross, which served both as a landmark and a talisman to ward off evil. Each sign is an original work, which will enhance your village and become part of its history"
The detailed drawing above is typical of what you will get for your approval, so you will be able to see exactly what your sign will look like, before we start production.
This slide show includes some of our Welcome Boards. Just click the picture to see a larger view, or to pause the slide show!
This is an aluminium composite sign mounted on two English oak posts with heavy duty black stove enameled steel sockets.
This is an acid etched panel with a wheatsheaf logo fixed onto an English oak backboard and mounted on a single oak post.
Welcome Boards are usually placed at the edge of a Village, these can vary from a plain oak entrance gate to something a bit more colourful which could have an emblem or picture added that was relevant to the village, for example Cammeringham Village added a simple drawing of their Village Church to their Village Welcome Board.
All our post mounted signs are supplied with stove enameled heavy duty steel box section sockets which can be cemented directly into the ground, in this way the wooden post does not come into contact with the ground and won’t rot at the base.