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Nestling in a picturesque fold in the Chiltern Hills on the Bucks and Oxon border, Notley Tythe Barn is an ancestral part of the rural lanscape. Beautifully restored and dating back to the 12th Century, the Barn is set within 500 acres of pasture land at Notley Farm.

Owners of Notley, Denise and Nick Renolds approached us as they wanted to work with a local design agency to develop a suite of marketing materials and also to create a more distinctive brand and identity for the wedding venue.

Naturally, a well established and historical venue such as Notley is rich with the sort of inspirational matter that inspires a design project such as this. We developed a simple and elegant branding solution that was then deployed across various materials including brochures, stationery and a substantial array of custom made signage around the farm.

The impressive results had a positive impact on the feel of the venue both as it is approached by road and through a suite of marketing materials provided in responce to booking enquiries.

Celebrating the rural theme

Broadgate put forward proposals and a theme based on a stag was chosen – something that features heavily at Notley through a statue in the surrounding landscape and decorations within the barn. Alongside the venue logo we also rennovated the existing ‘Renolds’ family coat of arms, that has been used by the farm business for many years.

Building new signage

We also designed and supplied substantial, fully-lit new signage for around the farm and wedding venue.

Marketing materials

We created a new brochure set, working with local photographers, Yellow Door, who supplied stunning photography that reflected the venue true to its beauty. Foil blocking was used to add a tactile and attractive detail to the covers.

"After considering several agencies we chose Broadgate because from our very first meeting they inspired confidence and exuded top level standards, professionalism and offered value for money. We have been absolutely delighted with their performance on all three counts".

Denise Reynolds

Director - Notley Tythe Barn