Steeped in history, Wolviston Post Office demanded a brand identity that was sympathetic to it’s heritage and village spirit.
An Olde English typeface was an obvious choice for the businesses new logo, this was accompanied by a black and white colour palette drawn from the buildings striking exterior, together with a pen and ink sketch by a local village artist.
Delighted with the new identity, Pauline and Graeme Hedley commissioned shop window graphics that incorporate ‘Village Notices’, ‘Village Adverts’ and a poem written ‘all about them’. Branded roller blinds were fitted to the shop windows, these will be changed on a regular basis to advertise new products and services. Re-usable hessian shopping bags were a sell out amongst villagers, along with branded locally sourced jams, chutneys, biscuits and teas!
“There are no trolleys to collide with, or to bar your way to the shelves; just straightforward personal service, guaranteed by the owners themselves.”Mr Bert Rhodes, Wolviston Village resident