Wilmslow Town Council is considering having a new logo created to replace the current coat of arms and provide them with a new identity.
Councillors felt that the coat of arms, which is used to to acknowledge the Town Council's involvement in projects and on banners promoting their events etc, whilst being 'quite a cheerful little thing' with some history behind it it doesn't stand out very well - particularly compared to other logos, such as the Cheshire East Council one.
Speaking at the Town Council meeting on Monday, 16th October, Councillor Frank McCarthy said "Some of us have noted that when the Town Council has become involved in things quite often our town coat of arms is put up there as a representative thing but no-one can actually read it, nobody can actually see it."
He added "The feeling is we should be starting to look at a possible new identity for the Town Council to actually start to get over considerably more to people what the Town Council does."
Nothing is being proposed at this stage but it was agreed that members will start looking into having a new logo designed and come back to the full Town Council with some proposals.