Haslemere Hall Fasica Signage & PVC Banners

The Brief

The trustees of Haslemere Hall wanted to freshen up the front of the hall and establish a bolder identity. The project included a new tray fascia sign with raised letters, hanging banners and a second framed sign for the side of the building.

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Case Study Details

Haslemere Hall was originally built in 1912 by local benefactor, Barclay Lewis Day, with his own money. The building houses a 340 seat theatre with dressing rooms and even a green room. To this day, it still hosts theatrical performances, cinema showings and is used for lectures.

Halsemere Hall is now run by a board of trustees, they were keen to update the fascia signage and to add some banners to promote the events and performances held regularly at the hall and contacted us for help. We created a large new tray sign for the front of the building, a large Diabond sign for the side of the building and a set of four pvc banners for the front of the building. Haslemere Hall is a substantial building, and installing the new signage required our team to work at height to complete the installation. The project took a team of 2 people just a day to complete.

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