A local sign making company that is both friendly and affordable

 

East Coast Signs was established in 1998 by a firm who ran the company in the coastal area (hence the name) before being taken over by the current owner Jon Bocking in 2007. Now, while keeping up to date with all the latest technology and techniques, we offer excellent sign services at an affordable price to our valued customers far and wide.

We offer a complete professional signage service, for large or small signs, on buildings or vehicles. As well as being efficient and friendly, we are striving to be environmentally friendly, through the selection of equipment and materials we use and the way we dispose of our waste.

It is our mission to get the job done as soon as possible and we endeavour to keep you up to date with your job process along the way and deliver a quicker turnaround than our competitors.

Meet the team

Jon Bocking

This man needs no introduction, he is the one & only Jonny Bocking!

He does what he wants, or so they say. Top dog & owner of East Coast signs.

In his pastime Jon likes nothing more than long romantic walks on the beach,

knitting, weekends away in his caravan and supporting his beloved Manchester United.

 

 

 

 

Henry Peel

Henry Peel.

Head sign writer , Fitter , Wrapper well everything really.

He may be young but our Henry has a wealth of knowledge in the sign industry .

At weekends Henry enjoys nothing more than travelling the country to attend tiddlywink

conventions , he also likes to go on country walks to feel the wind blowing through his hair.

 

 Craig Golding

Craig joined the team last year.

His design skills are incredible and has plenty of design idea’s for all your need

He tells us he has a love of vehicles but then drives a Corsa!!

Craig is a keen train spotter and his hobby is collecting unusual shaped shells from the beach

 

Patrick Kennedy

The one they call PK, like uncle Albert he came for a few days and never left.

In his spare time, Patrick enjoys playing Warhammer, spray tans and can occasional

been seen on the terraces of Goodison Park watching his “team” Everton.