The Humble Pub Sign: Some of Britain’s More Unusual Pubs

July 27th, 2017 by

Pub Signage And Traditional Signs Britain is well-known for being a land of eccentrics and a country which values its rich heritage and often quirky traditions. Perhaps one of the most obvious places the two meet is in the quintessential British pub, many of which are hundreds of years old and have some fascinating stories … Continue reading “The Humble Pub Sign: Some of Britain’s More Unusual Pubs”

Why use The Sussex Sign Company for corporate signage.

November 3rd, 2016 by

Corporate Signage: When thinking of a company or a brand, what comes to mind? Perhaps the last experience that you had with the company flashes in front of your eyes, or maybe an advert that you saw which referenced the brand in question. When we consider our encounters and relationships with businesses and brands, we … Continue reading “Why use The Sussex Sign Company for corporate signage.”

We Specialise In High Quality, Traditional Hand Painted Signage

January 11th, 2016 by

Merry Christmas

December 24th, 2015 by

The Sussex Sign Company would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. We have had a fantastic year working with wonderful clients all over the UK. 2015 has also been a successful year working with our community projects. Being part of a community is vital for our Company, we … Continue reading “Merry Christmas”

New environmentally friendly LEDs

May 13th, 2014 by

LED lights offer huge advantages to the sign industry. They can be attached to signage brackets and projected onto the design, enabling it to be seen at night. One manufacturer has recently launched a new range of LED lights that provides environmental advantages. The new set of LED trough lights, released by Iron Design, offer … Continue reading “New environmentally friendly LEDs”

Warning to sign makers following prosecution

March 13th, 2014 by

The British Sign and Graphics Association (BSGA) has issued a warning to sign makers over essential maintenance, following a successful prosecution by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). The prosecution follows an incident five years ago, where a 12m x 3m wooden sign was blown down in strong winds. The structure had become decayed and … Continue reading “Warning to sign makers following prosecution”