One of the UK’s top family attractions turned to Bluelite’s large format digital print company DoubleDot to help create the signage needed to welcome visitors back as lockdown started to ease.

After an enforced three-month closure, the award-winning family-run Drusillas zoo and fun park – set in the heart of East Sussex – needed around 100 signs produced quickly to help visitors stay safe while enjoying a great day out.

These included guidance on social distancing, hand washing reminders and pointing the way to designated trails…all produced by DoubleDot in Drusilla’s distinctive style to communicate important information in a family-friendly way.

Said Laurence Smith, Managing Director of Drusillas Park: “We worked with DoubleDot as we prepared for our reopening on the 26th June and also afterwards…and Ashley did a brilliant job on our behalf. We needed almost 100 new signs to go around the Park at short notice and they delivered on speed of service and quality. Their prices are also competitive – which after three months with no income was important to us.”

DoubleDot produced a wide range of rigid signs, banners, swing signs, ‘A’ frames and non-slip floor graphics of various shapes and sizes.

Steve Avery, Director at Bluelite, commented: “As a family business ourselves, it meant a lot to us to be able to play a part in helping such a special attraction welcome back visitors and bring a smile back to children’s faces.”

Drusillas is the winner of numerous prestigious accolades, including Best Visitor Attraction of the Year in the South East England Tourism Awards and Company of the Year in the Sussex Business Awards. It is regularly profiled in national media and has been featured in the Sunday Times, the Daily Telegraph and The Guardian as one of the best places in the UK for families with children.