We have several logos for different parts of Britain Yearly Meeting to use. The bespoke 'named meeting' logos have been replaced with generic local/area meeting 'badge' style logos. You can download the house style guide and logos from this page.


Please use the 'badge' style logos to represent the work of:

  • local meetings
  • area meetings
  • Quakers in Britain
  • Britain Yearly Meeting
  • Quakers in Scotland
  • Meeting of Friends in Wales
  • Quaker recognised bodies.

    Please only use the plain 'Q' or Welsh 'C' logo where a design demands it or where the badge will be illegible e.g. profile picture on social media.
  • House style

    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.


    Letter templates will be made available in June 2018.

    Please only use the logos from this page or from Britain Yearly Meeting's Publications Team. If you copy or download from other sources the logos lose definition on each use.

    Badge style logos

    All logos are complete and should not be altered to add meeting or group names. The zip files contain all available colours and relevant guidelines. Welsh 'C' versions will be completed in May 2018.

    Plain logos

    Please do not give these logos to other organisations or groups. If a partnership organisation asks to use the Q or C logo, please contact us and we can advise you.


    If you can't find what you need please let us know.

    Contact us

    Nik Dadson
    Website and Brand Manager
    020 7663 1116