The team at Blue Frontier recently submitted a design through the Salisbury City Council for a logo, which would represent a new range of locally sourced products named ‘Made in Salisbury'. We are pleased to announce that our design was chosen for the scheme.
The ‘Made in Salisbury’ products, which include items such as hand made soap, locally made chutneys and a range of artists prints to name just a few, are available to purchase at the Salisbury Information Centre. The newly-refurbished centre was reopened on Monday 24th March by the Mayor of Salisbury, Penny Brown. As well as the new range of products, an extensive range of items such as maps, books, souvenirs and a Wi-Fi connection are offered here.
As part of the Salisbury Information Centre’s fresh new look we also enjoyed flyers, flags and bag artwork. The flyers will be on display in the centre, delivering an overview of the many services it has to offer.
We would like to thank both the Salisbury City Council and the Salisbury Information Centre for the opportunity we’ve had to work with them on this project. The Information Centre is now open 7 days a week, so why not pop in and see the new look for yourselves.