Here's the client:
The Railway Inn is a family-run, freehold village pub situated in Mobberley near Knutsford in the middle of the beautiful Cheshire countryside.
Enter Fi & Becs:
Lynda from the Railway Inn got in touch with us because she was looking for some new branding, a new website and help marketing their pub. We have loved working with the Railway Inn (we love a good pub!) on the following projects:
- Brand and logo design
- Website design
- Copywriting website content
- Poster designs
- Menu design
"Thank you so much for designing our new website, it is stunning and we have had lots of compliments even from our previous web designer.
The pictures you have used really show off the pub at its best and hopefully when the weather improves we can add some more to the gallery. Working with you was a pleasure and hopefully we will continue to work together for many years to come."
The Railway Inn asked us to design a classic, engaging and easily updated website to replace their existing one which was outdated and difficult to maintain.
The main aim: to make people want to visit their pub and eat their delicious food alongside telling people about their offers and events.
The website included:
- Information about the pub
- Downloadable menus
- Links to Twitter and Facebook
- Photo and video gallery
- Ability for people to add reviews
- Information on offers and events
- Contact details and location map
work example: branding | graphic design | website design | copywriting
"From fresh sandwiches to our hearty mixed grill and changing blackboard specials - our menus offer the best of what's in season."
"Enjoy traditional cask ales, a wide selection of drinks, homecooked food and the friendly atmosphere of the Railway Inn."
- Lynda Davis, owner of the Railway Inn
"Eat inside or choose to dine outdoors in our lovely outside seating area which has plenty of cover from the typical English weather!"
"With a large garden, play area and a lovely outdoor eating space, the Railway Inn is perfect for families, walkers, cyclists or pub lovers."