Below you will find a list of our logos: including landscape and compact versions, as well as copies in Welsh and Scottish Gaelic. This page also provides details about how to use our logo.
Landscape logo formats
Compact logo formats
Parks in England funded under the Parks for People grant programme display a different acknowledgement logo – see Parks for People (England) acknowledgement.
The minimum height of the logo is:
10mm (landscape)/12mm (compact)
14mm (landscape)/18mm (compact)
24mm (landscape)/28mm (compact)
36mm (landscape)/40mm (compact)
The width of the logo should be proportionate to the height, and the logo should not appear distorted. The size at which the logo is used must be proportionate to the size of the materials you are producing, to make sure it’s clear and easy to read.
For larger acknowledgement materials – for example on the side of a building – please use the logo big enough to be clearly visible from a distance of five metres.
- Both versions of the logo must only be reproduced in black, white or the HLF blue (Pantone 2747)
- Please try to use the logo in full colour if you can. Alternatively, you can use it in black on a light background or in white, reversed out of a dark, solid colour
- Please don’t use the logo in pink, gold, grey or any other colour not specified here
We have defined an exclusion zone to protect the logo from other graphic elements such as type, image boxes or lines. Leave clear space half the height of the crossed-fingers symbol on all sides of the logo.
Please don’t redraw or alter our logo. Don’t stretch or cut it up (crop it) to fit into a small space. For example, if using a logo in a Word document, please resize it by clicking on and dragging the corners and not the sides of the logo box.
Note regarding CMYK and 2747 files
CMYK and/or 2747 images may not be viewable in your web browser. Right click and SAVE TARGET AS to download the image and launch in your image editing package.