In 'Our faith in the future' we say that we want Quakers to be better known and understood. When we use our simple logo it clearly identifies us as Quakers. It invites a conversation about what we believe and the things we care about.
The new badge logos represent the work of:
Letter and compliment slip templates with the badge logos will be available to download in June.If you'd prefer to use the plain Q or Welsh C please make your meeting or group name clear and prominent. This shows on whose behalf you are speaking.
The house style guide (PDF: 1mb) shows you how to use the logos. It also shows you what fonts and colours Britain Yearly Meeting staff use on printed and electronic materials. We will provide further, basic guidance later in 2018.
Please only use the logos from this page or from Britain Yearly Meeting's Publications Team. Logos copied or downloaded from other sources will usually be poor quality and will lose definition on each use.
Badge style logos
All logos are complete and are not designed to have the meeting name added to them. Meeting names can be added in letter headers or adjacent to the logo in other documents. The zip files contain all available colours and relevant guidelines. Welsh 'C' versions will be completed in May 2018.
- house style guide (PDF: 1 mb)
- local meetings (zip file: 13.5 mb)
- local meetings - Welsh text (zip file: 13.5 mb)
- area meetings (zip file: 13.5 mb)
- area meetings - Welsh (zip file: 13.5 mb)
- Quaker recognised bodies (zip file: 14 mb)
- Quaker recognised bodies - Welsh (zip file: 14 mb)
If a partnership organisation would like to use the Q or C logo, please contact us and we can help you find the correct logo.
- Spacing the plain 'Q' logo (JPG)
- Quaker plain 'Q' logos (zip: 20 mb)
- Quaker plain Welsh 'C' Crynwyr logos (zip: 21 mb
If you can't find what you need please let us know.