Our banner is finally unveiled

With the launch of Safe Haven Dementia Centre almost upon us, today another important box was ticked with the unveiling of our company banner, which takes pride of place on the grassy verge right outside our premises at Totteridge Baptist Church.

We send a special thank you to our printer, Blue Print & Design, who is responsible for this masterpiece, and also to Safe Haven’s good friend and handyman extraordinaire, Vic Hodge, who built and installed the weather-proof frame.

With its striking colours, fabulous logo design and prominent roadside position, it cannot fail to attract the attention of all who pass by.

A lot of time and effort has gone into creating our brand design, courtesy of Steve Cooper, of Tahum3D, and Max Povinelli, and extremely positive feedback has already been received from people and organisations that we’re working with.

One of our aims at Safe Haven is to help as many dementia sufferers and their carers as possible within Buckinghamshire, so we understand the importance of brand awareness when trying to establish a recognisable presence within the county.

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