About Us

Oodles of experience covering a wide range of different media. Constantly adapting to change, technologies and trends. Always ensuring that we, and our clients, remain relevant.

Graphic Design is where it all began for us - both of the company's directors have worked in the design industry for a combined 50+ years! During this time, the industry and technologies have changed, but the principles of good design have always remained the same – combining typography and imagery with creativity to give your marketing the edge.

Since 2006, the company has gone from strength to strength and is today located in the picturesque village of Ardington, just outside Wantage. We are 30 minutes from Oxford, Newbury, Reading and Swindon and only 15 minutes from Abingdon, Milton Park and Didcot.

Our clients range from large international organisations to smaller local businesses. Each enjoys the same director level contact and creative approach.

Whatever your marketing communications requirements, we always deliver results with an original and creative approach and within your budget. We don't profess to know your customers better than you, but we promise to add valuable strategic input and fresh ideas through independent eyes.

Our services include Graphic Design, Website Design, Branding, Digital Communications, Marketing, Advertising, Print Management and Mailing Fulfilment.


How We Work

Big ideas, but without the big agency prices.
Looking for your next creative agency?
You just found it.

Everything you need and nothing you don't, this is the benefit of working with a small agency. We are small and agile, without the large overheads (and invoices!) that you'd get from a big agency. We don't have layer upon layer of account managers spending your budget either. We keep it simple with director level contact throughout your project, so you can tap into our years of experience and know your work is in the safest of hands.

We listen to what you need, collaborate on a brief and then devise a strategy. A commercially viable strategy that excites your audience and brings results. You can approve the budget before we get started (so there are no nasty surprises when you receive our invoice), and we'll always keep you updated on progress. Sometimes the scope might change mid-project, in which case we'll always advise you if this affects the budget too.

We have always offered a guarantee on every design project: if you're not happy, we'll happily supply new designs. After all, design is subjective, and it's about working together to deliver something that delights both you and your clients. If we're still not hitting the mark, there's no charge. No questions asked. We've offered this since we started, and we've never had a client take us up on the offer…

It's not all about the finances, though. We have a large pool of happy clients that we've been working with for years, so we're obviously doing something right! Maybe it's the design? Or the know-how and experience? Or it's because we talk in plain English and won't baffle you with technical jargon? Or maybe it's the service? In reality, it's all of it. We pride ourselves on being a pleasure to deal with and delivering fantastic design to every client, regardless of size and budget.

Get In Touch

If you have a design requirement, project or brief you'd like to discuss then we'd love to hear from you.

Where We Are

B&M Design & Advertising Ltd
Unit 12
Home Farm
OX12 8PD

Tel: 01235 765580
Email: info@bm-group.co.uk

Pay us a visit

We work in a beautiful period studio with views over the Ridgeway, where the kettle is usually on.

We're only a 10-minute drive from the Milton Interchange on the A34. The M4 is only 20 minutes away, or the M40 is reachable in around half an hour.

If you're taking public transport, Didcot Parkway is the nearest station. A taxi takes around 15 minutes from the station, and there are usually taxis waiting right outside.

You can take a bus from Oxford, Abingdon, Didcot and Harwell with the X32/X32A service running throughout the day. Ardington is between East Hendred and Wantage on the route.