One of the things I love about this job is that you never quite know
what the day will bring. It could be an order to design a new set of stationary for a company, instructions to wrap a fleet of vans or maybe to provide a set of signs to help people find their way around the grounds of a major educational establishment.
Wycliffe College is an independent day and boarding school in Stonehouse, near Stroud, for boys and girls aged 2 to 18. The site is some 52 acres in total with 8 residential houses as well as numerous educational and administrative buildings.
As you can imagine, finding your way around the site can be daunting for pupils, parents, visitors and even staff!
When headmaster Nick Gregory decided he wanted some new directional signage across the site he called in Severn Signs, who have experience of similar work at schools and colleges around the county.
However, rather than the usual aluminium signs Mr Gregory had decided he wanted traditional wooden signs instead. Naturally this was not problem for Severn Signs who collaborated with a local joiner and completed the job within four weeks, without a hitch.
The total value of the contract was £20,000.