This week Unity unveiled its new signage at their Andover office, where the extensive Mobility service is located and which can be seen clearly along Western Avenue towards the Chantry Centre car park. The signage is one of the last elements to be completed on the rebranding from Test Valley Community Services to Unity which has taken several months to achieve.
The signage shows the various logos each coloured separately to denote the various services they provide from Transport to Volunteering and is extremely impressive.
Terry Bishop, Chief Executive said “We are delighted with this signage which is really eye catching and the modern logo really promotes the services well, whilst maintaining the kind and caring ‘feel’ of the organisation as a whole.”
Plans are underway to launch their new website too in the next fortnight followed by a Community Open Day, an opportunity for people to drop in to find out about the organisation and to ask any pertinent questions they may have not only about the services Unity provide but also information on other local groups and activities. This event will take place on Tuesday 25th September 2018 and further information will be publicised by Unity soon.
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