Ward Signs make Queen’s Motor Home Plaque

Bailey Caravans of Bristol was the first of several visits Her Majesty The Queen made on 22nd of November 2012 out and about in Bristol (the trip to Bailey Caravans was followed by a viewing of Peter Pan at The Old Vic Theatre (which Ward Signs of Bristol make signs for) and a private lunch for The M Shed, Bristol (which Ward Signmakers of Bristol also make signage for) where she met the newly elected Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson (who Wards Signs of Bristol has just produced a nice new parking space sign for under their ongoing contract for supply of signage to Bristol City Council).

Naturally a suitable plaque was required for the occasion, and naturally, Bailey Motor Homes came to Bristol sign maker Ward Signs of Bristol, the renowned maker of signage, plaques and Coats of Arms for Warrant Holders,  International companies and the Royal Family themselves.

The Plaque itself, formed from brushed stainless steel, etched, infilled to a specific Pantone colour, was viewed by Her Majesty herself and will stand as a testament to the high standards of quality associated with Bristol’s craftsmen for years to come.

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