One of the UK’s oldest country estates, Stonor Park in Oxfordshire, is looking to modernise its brand to appeal to a broader audience and has appointed leading agency ArtScience to help bring it into the modern age.
ArtScience originally won the business in February, as part of a competitive pitch, and has been working with William Stonor, on a full rebrand, which will touch all areas of the estate.
The rebrand will also see the launch of a new website for Stonor Park, which will go live in May with additional sections and content being rolled out throughout the summer months.
Social media activity will launch later this year and is expected to be aimed at connecting different audiences across the different aspects of the estate - the estate’s history, the art works, the gardens and a new wedding and events proposition.
Speaking of the work they are doing for Stonor Park, Dan Worrell, managing director at ArtScience, said: “Stonor is more than just a country estate - it’s been a home from home for the who’s who of history over the last 850 years, from royalty to the literary and artistic set, to religious rebels. We want our website and social media strategy to really bring the house to life.”
ArtScience was launched in 2000 and is headed up by creative director Pete Rope and MD Dan Worrell. The agency now works with clients such as TalkTalk, NHS, X Factor, Pepsico and CNN.