The art of signwriting has been in the Connor family for well over
a century, the earliest documented evidence being the marriage certificate
of John Charles Connor (the current generations Great Grandfather)
dated 1883 which states his rank or profession as ticket writer.
At the birth of his son Walter Connor in 1901 the birth certificate
shows the occupation of the father as Master Sign Writer (a position
according to his marriage certificate in 1923, Walter had achieved
by the age of 22) Always a family business, now owned by the fourth
generation, it was originally concerned with the manufacture of
hand painted wooden signs and hand written posters. Now in addition
to these traditional skills the business has expanded in recent
years to offer computer cut vinyls and both digital and screen printing.