Professional Signs, Banner Printing & Vehicle Graphics Worcester​

As a family business we are very proud of our reputation for our ability to listen to our customers and the quality of our work. We take care to invest in the latest state-of-the-art digital equipment and design talent. It’s the best possible combination of technical knowledge, creative input, manufacturing expertise and installation experience.

Celebrating 60 years

We are a 60-year-old, professional sign production company that’s known and trusted locally and nationally. Originally started by company founder Horace Wilkins in Luton after serving his apprenticeship, the company moved to Worcester in the late 60’s.

How we help

Great signs make a big difference to your organisation.

They get your message across, direct people and vehicles, help your visitors and boost business. Experienced, skilled and highly flexible – City Signs always has a solution.

See how we can make your business stand out

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Check out our work

See how we’ve delivered this through carefully designed, high quality and long lasting signage, displays and graphics by viewing some of our recent projects.

The King’s School

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The King’s School

The King’s School has a long-term contractor relationship with City Signs and as a part of this, all the mixed signage the schools require is supplied and installed.
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On Site

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On Site

Over a 15-year period City Signs and OnSite have developed their relationship and City Signs now install all the mixed temporary and permanent signage this organisation needs.
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Sterling Networks

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Sterling Networks

City Signs were delighted to be asked to supply and install various signage to compliment Sterling’s existing branding for their new Sterling HQ at Ball Mill Top Business Park, Worcestershire.
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