We have been busy working with designers to update our logo to provide a fit for purpose digital image, which we need for many different aspects of our day to day work.
What do you think? Can you spot the differences?
Did you know that each element of the logo represents a different aspect?:
The gold outer ring represents the Deer park,
At the bottom there is the canal, The whitewater and the grass fields- The grass fields now sit behind the castle to help define the Canal and the Whitewater.
The castle still remains, but the windows are now white and softer making them more representative of the ruins.
The flag and the crown have been refined.
The Fleurs de Lys have remained- they are the Plantagenet family of Eleanor who lived here with her husband Simon De Montfort.
Finally the Eagle that was from the RAF insignia has been replaced by a Chinook in homage to RAF Odiham.
We hope you like it.