Has there been a collision? That Give Way sign looks like it's on an angle, like someone's driven into it.
Just use a horizontal version for those occasions; better to have a logo that, albeit looking off, can work in places like that, than have to stick to one version and make the logo surprisingly small.
Then again, I'm an American - what do I know?
At a guess it's owned by Central England Co-operative Society, who continue to use that branding.
There appears to be one such store in Huddersfield: https://www.centralengland.coop/stores/ ... ence-store
A store near me has just put up the new sigage- rather dissapointingly it's covered up the still visible scar left from a sign from the 60s/70s that said "Butchery". There hasn't been a butchers in there since the early 90s though, but it was interesting how the marks from that sign stayed visible for so long.
You would be correct - it's up to Southern Co-operative Society to decide upon branding - they will have access to the Co-op Group's branding should they choose to use it.nodnirG kraM wrote: ↑Mon 31 Jul, 2017 13.27This is an area of Co-opping that I don't understand: there are 7 Co-op branches in my town and outlying villages, all but 1 of which has now been rebranded to Co-Op. The remaining The Co-operative Food is owned by Southern Co-operative, and retains its green branding. So am I to understand this will stay under this colour-scheme indefinitely?
Who then owns the other branches in this area that have gone cloverleaf?
Some Co-op societies (Lincolnshire, for one) are still using the 90s circular cloverleaf.
Any branches with the current cloverleaf logo are owned by The Co-op Group directly, I think. The only other society to rebrand since last year is Midcounties, who seem to be taking up the international logo instead.