A-Board advertising signs are a British classic; a staple on the high-street as well as at events and private businesses. The simple a-frame design comes in a variety of styles to suit your application and brand. One of our most popular retail signs, stake your claim and attract footfall today.

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A traditional form of outdoor advertising, the A-Board sign is a cost-effective way to signpost your business, and tempt passers-by with your marketing message. They are also an easy way to display information at events or within private businesses. Light yet durable, they can be easily moved and stored for when and where is necessary.



We have a variety of A-Board sign designs, including tubular, A-Frame, swing and sandwich boards. Our experts can guide you through which is best for your application and environment. We can also design the A-Board for you, keeping to your branding and specification, for a complete sign service.

Sometimes you just need a sign, let us help

We take huge pride in helping companies of all size and sectors present their brand beautifully to the outside world, through internal and external signs and displays.

With over 20 years of experience Tunnicliffe Signs is known as the best in the North West and beyond. Join our extensive list of loyal clients, and we’ll make your vision a reality.

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    A-Boards - Frequently Asked Questions

    What is an A-Board pavement sign?

    An A-board pavement sign usually consists of two frames held together to create an A shape, with advertising boards on both sides. Also known as an A-Frame sign, they are popular for in the retail industry, to signpost outside of shops and restaurants.

    There are lots of variations on the A-Board sign, including swing boards, tubular, metal, wood and changeable.


    11 January 2021 

    Chapter 8 of The Department of Transport’s Traffic Signs Manual, isn’t yet legislation, but is considered best practice for vehicles stopping or being used for work on highways and high-speed roads. It’s an effective way to make you and your fleets safe, especially at night or in poor driving conditions.

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