The Village Sign

When Onslow Village was first started the aim was to create a new and comfortable place to live but with ‘old world village charm’.  

To aid in this they created a village sign that reflected the history of the site.  The sign depicts a king hunting on horseback because the land was once part a royal hunting park.  In the background are the houses of the new village.  Unfortunately, the original sign which is shown in the top picture was stollen.  So a new sign was commissioned, made of beaten copper and pewter, and this one can be seen attached to the wall of the Village Hall.