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Barrowby B&B works with creative students at Grantham College




Grethe Andersen from Thorns Farm and winning students Bradley Thomas and Callum Arthur.
Grethe Andersen from Thorns Farm and winning students Bradley Thomas and Callum Arthur.

Graphic design students at Grantham College have redeveloped the branding of an expanding B&B in Barrowby.

Between them they came up with several logo designs for Thorns Farm Leisure, and the one created by Bradley Thomas was chosen.

The same group of students then worked on a brochure, following a brief given by the B&B. Their ideas were developed and Callum Arthur’s design was chosen.

The project came about when the B&B, which opened in 2009, expanded for a second time – it has become so successful with clients working in Grantham on weekdays that three large units are being built.

Grethe Andersen, from Thorns Farm, said: “We felt with the expansion of a third barn it was time to update our identity. I therefore made contact with Dave Thomas from Grantham College who is head of the digital design and graphics department. The thought of giving the students a “real life” project appealed to me and it has been a lovely process working with them.

“Initially I went in to give them a briefing which was followed by a site visit from the students.

“I would like to thank Dave Thomas and the students for working with Thorns Farm Leisure and I wish all the students the best with their future careers in design.”



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