Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs! Features 28/11/15

This group is for any type of sign or billboard.

Ye Good Old "British" Pub Sign!

This challenge closed over 4 years ago.

The Challenge

For clarification, see example photo!

We would like PUB signs, not restaurant, cafe signs, not neon bar signs but the good old “Pub Sign”. To me it’s extremely British, although I have seen such signs in other countries, particularly in British themed pubs. I understand that this is not necessarily an easy challenge to enter for those of you who are not in close range to such an establishment.

Anyway please, pub signs is all we are looking for this time. Other signs will be suited to future challenges.

Remember please to add your work to the group. :-)

Judging / Voting Criteria

Please vote for your favourite(s) Every vote counts!

Rewards & Prizes

Banner for winner/top 10

My usual guidelines apply… if 8 or more entries and if no more than a 3 way tie with sensible voting activity (winning with more than 2 total votes is a good guide there!) I shall apply for a voucher for the winner.

Additional Information

Please add your work to the group.

2 weeks to enter 1 week to vote… either can be extended without warning if for example there are only 2 entries or if voting is slow.

With 2 weeks+1 week, the challenge will end in August so that I can apply for an August avatar if the other criteria are met.

Cover Image: Hmm I wonder... by ellismorleyphto


The Top Ten

The Swan Inn pub sign, Tockington, Gloucestershire, UK by David Carton

The Swan Inn pub sign, Tockington, Gloucestershire, UK by David Carton was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 7 votes.

  • Local Lyme Pub Sign by lynn carter
  • Pig n Whistle by Margaret  Hyde
  • Greene King - Fine Suffolk Ales - 1799 by Marilyn Harris
  • and only £1.99 a pint.... by MikeShort
  • A Perfect Sign for A Perfect Storm by Monnie Ryan
  • The Stage Door Opposite... the Stage Door! by ellismorleyphto
  • The Albion Inn by pix-elation
  • The Slaughtered Lamb by Jeff Clark
  • As evening approaches on the moor by Karen E Camilleri

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