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Artistic pupils at Fosse Way Academy in North Hykeham, Lincoln have been designing their own Lincoln Knights as part of a competition launched by Allen Signs. The sign and vehicle livery business, which has offices in North Hykeham and Nottingham, challenged the children, aged from three to 10 years old, … Continue reading

Sign and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has welcomed a new recruit to support its busy sales and production teams. Amanda Barnett, from Bassingham near Lincoln, has joined the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire-based family-run business as Sales Administrator. Amanda (38), who has worked in the travel industry for over 20 years, … Continue reading

An ambitious sign making and vehicle livery firm based in the East Midlands has invested over £100,000 in a new piece of kit to expand the range of printing services offered to clients. Allen Signs, based in Lincoln and Nottingham, and its sister company Double Red Print can now print … Continue reading

Working with elite sports teams is not something most businesses get the opportunity to do. However, Allen Signs, which has offices in Lincolnshire and Nottingham, has just completed a project worth over £80,000 for English premiership rugby club Leicester Tigers. The signage and vehicle livery specialist, which recently celebrated its … Continue reading

A Lincolnshire signmaker, which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, is popping the champagne corks once again this time in recognition of one of its youngest employees. Allen Signs’ Production Manager Damian Jacobs (24), who joined the firm as an apprentice in 2010, won the Young Sign Maker of the Year … Continue reading

A hard-working employee at Allen Signs, who has progressed from apprentice to Production Manager in six years, has been nominated for not one but two awards! Damian Jacobs (24) has been shortlisted in the Young Sign Maker of the Year category in the British Sign Awards and Employee of the … Continue reading

Sign and vehicle livery specialists Allen Signs have been making a splash at the new ONE NK sports centre in North Hykeham which has recently undergone a £3.6m refurbishment. As part of the refit Allen Signs, which has offices in Lincoln and Nottingham, was commissioned to print and install artwork … Continue reading

To celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary and to raise money for charity, staff from Allen Signs are challenging themselves to complete a 190-mile bike ride. On Saturday 28th May, Managing Director David Allen and Account Executive David Walker will take part in The Alfie Fisher Man Challenge, as part of … Continue reading

Allen Signs, which has offices in Lincoln and Nottingham, celebrated the completion of another successful project at the opening of a new business development on Teal Park. The sign and vehicle livery specialist was employed by the North Kesteven District Council (NKDC) to manage the branding and signage for Blackwood … Continue reading

Users of the state-of-the-art leisure facilities at North Kesteven Centre in North Hykeham have been getting in a spin over new cycling-themed wallpaper. The centre is currently undergoing a £3.6 million refurbishment and has been renamed ONE NK. As part of phase three of the works, North Kesteven District Council … Continue reading

Sign maker and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has recruited a new account handler to its growing team. Having recently acquired the printing division of Double Red and doubled the size of its premises, Allen Signs has taken on David Walker (30) to help manage the increased workload. David commented: … Continue reading

Vehicle livery and signmaking specialist Allen Signs has expanded after acquiring another business and doubling the size of its premises. Allen Signs, which has offices in Lincoln and Nottingham, has bought the printing division of Double Red, formerly owned by Lincoln-based photographer James Wright. The business, previously based at South … Continue reading

Signmaking specialist Allen Signs has joined forces with Lincoln-based printing company Elpeeko Ltd to undertake a project commissioned by the National Trust. The free audio guides and signage around Tattershall Castle, near Horncastle, now have a new look thanks to the two Lincoln-based creative companies. Sara Blair Manning, General Manager … Continue reading

Signmaker and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has branded a London black cab on behalf of inventor and former winner of The Apprentice, Tom Pellereau. Aventom, a company founded by Lord Sugar and Tom, who won BBC TV’s The Apprentice in 2011, has launched two new products to be added … Continue reading

Signmaker and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has won a national award for its work on a double decker bus for potato firm Branston. Allen Signs, which has offices in Lincoln and Nottingham, has been named the winner of the Vehicle Graphics of the Year category at the British Sign … Continue reading

Signmaker and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has recruited its first ever graduate employee fresh out of university. Dean Newcombe (21) joined Allen Signs, which has offices in Lincoln and Nottingham, in July to kick-start his career as a graphic designer after impressing the company with his final-year university project. “We spotted … Continue reading

Allen Signs, which has offices in North Hykeham near Lincoln and Nottingham, has helped to put a charity shop on the map by providing the signage for free. Cancer charity Candles, which raises money to fund pioneering research by Professor Oleg Eremin at Lincoln County Hospital, has been leased a … Continue reading

Nottingham-based signmakers and vehicle livery specialists Allen Signs have helped cook up a tasty new identity for a busy American burger bar. Graphic designer and owner of Studio Deathray, Matt Clixby, who was in charge of the rebrand for Annie’s Burger Shack and Freehouse in the Lace Market, approached Allen … Continue reading

The University of Lincoln’s city centre campus is being rebranded with the institution’s new logo, with help from Lincolnshire based signage and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs. The university rebranded in 2012 and, following a competitive tendering process, appointed Allen Signs to replace the old signage. Account Manager Glen Merryweather … Continue reading

Following the opening of its Nottingham office signmaker and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has been appointed by SimSpot to help brand its new flight simulation business. Based on the top floor of The Cornerhouse in the city centre, SimSpot offers flying experiences and pilot training in a state-of-the-art Boeing … Continue reading

A Lincolnshire signmaking and vehicle livery business which was first established 48 years ago is expanding across the East Midlands. Allen Signs is opening an office in Knight & Whitehall House on Carlton Street in Nottingham to strengthen its presence in the region. Managing Director David Allen said he’s keen … Continue reading

Three centres in Lincolnshire which help people overcome addictions have been given a revamp thanks to award-winning signmakers Allen Signs. The company, based on Whisby Way North Hykeham, was brought in to give the Addaction buildings in Lincoln, Boston and Grantham, which were undergoing a complete refit, a new look. … Continue reading

A glamorous bar and restaurant at one of Lincolnshire’s top hotels has its name in lights thanks to signmaking and vehicle livery specialists Allen Signs. The Electric Bar & Restaurant on the top floor of the DoubleTree by Hilton on Lincoln’s waterfront now boasts an illuminated sign showcasing its name … Continue reading

Allen Signs has helped brand a new community store opened by the Lincolnshire Co-operative. The society employed the award-winning sign making and livery specialists to install all interior and exterior signs at a new £1.3 million shop in Burgh-le-Marsh, near Skegness. Work at the 3,000 square foot food store included … Continue reading

A long-standing Lincolnshire carpet and furnishings firm has undergone a facelift after having the same logo for over 3 decades. In preparation for their 50th Anniversary next year, independent Lincoln family-run firm Claytons appointed award-winning signmakers and vehicle livery specialists Allen Signs to rebrand their store on Tritton Road. Claytons … Continue reading

  Allen Signs have joined forces with Listers Toyota and Ruddocks Design and Print to offer Lincolnshire businesses the opportunity to win a Toyota IQ for their business. Listers Toyota, Ruddocks and Allen Signs have launched the competition to give businesses across Lincolnshire the chance to win a Toyota IQ … Continue reading

Once a familiar sight on the streets of Britain, the traditional red telephone box has almost been consigned to history – but it’s about to experience something of a revival. Lincoln-based signmaker and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has been appointed to work on a new project launched by BT … Continue reading

Lincolnshire signmaker and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has travelled from Lands End to John O’Groats as part of a major rebranding project for one of the country’s leading providers of agricultural services. Masstock and United Agri Products (UAP) joined forces to become Agrii earlier this year with the aim … Continue reading

An eye-catching sign featuring a chameleon created by Lincolnshire firm Allen Signs has been named Individual Sign Project of the Year (one to nine employees) at the Sign and Digital UK Awards. The North Hykeham-based business near Lincoln was up against four other businesses nationwide for the title at the … Continue reading

An eye-catching sign featuring a chameleon created by Lincolnshire firm Allen Signs could win a national award. The striking image featuring an LED eye that changes colour was developed for Chameleon Print on High Street, Lincoln.  The sign could now win Allen Signs the title of Individual Sign Project of … Continue reading

Commuters in Lincoln should find it easier to catch a bus from the city’s central bus station from now on thanks to clearer signage by Allen Signs. Following a major health and safety review, City of Lincoln Council in partnership with Stagecoach, which is the main bus company in Lincoln, … Continue reading

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