Generous gift has helped give a new look to Banburyshire's oldest animal rescue and re-homing charity

Banburyshire's oldest animal rescue and re-homing charity has begun to give itself a new look for the new year - thanks to the expertise of a generous design duo.

Monday, 6th January 2020, 11:14 am
Updated Monday, 6th January 2020, 11:15 am
BARKS's new logo

Nic and Carrie Warrington, of GetSet.Design, have come up with the logo free of charge for Banbury Animal Rescue and Kindness Service (BARKS) - and they're also working with them on a new website, to be launched this summer.

BARKS Chair Ann Collins said: "Our loyal supporters say how much they like our logo - with its bright colours, distinctive ark symbol and, on board, animals being rescued and on their way to a new life. That version has been around since the eighties and, though we still love it, it's fallen into disrepair - files lost, images pixillated, master copies disappeared.

“So we're delighted to have this opportunity, at the start of a new decade, to refresh the logo and set up a style guide and proper digital files, making it much more usable in future. It's arrived just in time for our new website, also being built through the generosity of Nic and Carrie, and for our volunteer recruitment campaign, starting this spring."