The Surrey Hills Board and First Great Western have been working in partnership to help promote the local area and support Surrey Hills businesses. As part of a promotional campaign a series of eye-catching posters have been created to encourage rail passengers to visit the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and to showcase some of the distinct local businesses that are based here.
The campaign will run until the end of May and features four posters. Two of the posters focus on the Albury Organic Vineyard and Abinger Stained Glass, both of which are members of Surrey Hills Enterprises, a Community Interest Company that helps to support the management and enhancement of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and develop the distinctive Surrey Hills brand.
Surrey Hills Enterprises is open to businesses and organisations providing products and services based in the Surrey Hills that recognise the heritage, provenance and distinctiveness of this beautiful landscape.
Caroline Price, Marketing Communications Officer for the Surrey Hills comments;
“The Surrey Hills are delighted to be working with First Great Western on this promotional project. The more we can encourage visitors to this nationally protected landscape in a sustainable way, the better and to support our local businesses whilst they are here helps the rural economy”.
Mal Thurman Operations Manager from First Great Western comments;
“We are very pleased to display these eye-catching posters in our stations, not only do they improve the customer experience but they also show First Great Western’s commitment to working with local organisations and communities”.
Look out for these eye-catching posters in a First Great Western station near you.