Allotment Plot Number Signs
Many allotment sites have grown and changed over time meaning plot numbers have been confused or never assigned.
In response to this we've developed our Plot Number Signs!
It was Gingerwick's own Mike who had the idea:
"It came about as allotment holders at the site I'm part of were asked to pay their yearly feeds via bank transfer. We were told to use our plot numbers as a reference so they could be matched with the payments. It soon became apparent that a large majority of member's hadn't a clue what their number was and most plots weren't marked or even followed a logical numbering pattern due to the site expanding over the years."
These signs are low cost and make it easy to uniformly mark individual plots. Meaning a whole site can have a system everyone understands, something which also promotes a tidy image and helps to create accurate records.
Made from aluminium plate they are produced using a heat transfer printing process.
Overall Size: 7.5cms x 7.5cms* with rounded corners.
White background with full colour print. You can specify your own requirements such as wording, logos and numbering on the signs.
A choice of Two or Four pre-drilled holes, we also supply screws to mount the signs onto wood.
If requested we can also package each sign individually in griplock bags for ease of distribution to the plot holders.
Pricing:- £3.50 each.
Minimum order of 10.
If you require over 200 please ask about volume discounts.
Postage to one address is included in the price.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
*We can print a variety of other sizes if this one doesn't suit your requirements, just ask for further details.
The metal blanks come to us with pre drilled holes, please be specific on either 2 hole or 4 hole when you enquire so a draft design can be prepared accordingly, we cannot change this after approval of the design has been given.
Whilst we do coat the signs with special lacquer to give extra protection they will, like all things left outside, eventually fade.
Logos, etc. we try to match colours as closely as possible but the heating print process and coating application can change them slightly.