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This is a remarkable place – a 3.2km trail (that’s about 2 miles) that winds though Nene Park and into nearby Peterborough past a series of 13 sculptures.
This project involved the full design, manufacture and install package. Installation was carried out by our teams to the highest standard
Landmark were approached by Bracknell BID to supply signage and furniture around the lake and throughout the industrial area to promote the paths and trails in the area.
Pollok Country Park is a peaceful 361 acre haven just 3 miles from the centre of Glasgow. It attracts around 2 million visitors a year and in fact in 2008 it was voted best park in Europe.
The Bure Valley Railway is a 15 inch narrow gauge railway which runs from Wroxham to Aylsham in Norfolk. It’s an 18 mile round trip and takes in the villages of Brampton, Buxton and Coltishall en-route.
Display signs, monoliths, fingerposts, waymarker posts, listening posts, cycle stands and a sign shelter have all been used, along with sturdy benches to enjoy the peace and quiet of this forest haven in Kent.
On the edge of Epping Forest down a quiet lane is Suntrap Forest Centre, a place with an extraordinary history. Built in 1894 on the site of a former lunatic asylum it was originally a convalescent home for children. During WWII it became a maternity hospital, then flats during the 50’s, but in 1966 the Borough was offered Suntrap as a gift to enable local schools to organise field trips.
Landmark were delighted to be awarded the tender for replacing the town centre fingerpost signage in King’s Lynn. This beautiful town has no less than 481 listed buildings, many of them medieval, and clearly it would take something special to capture its heritage and atmosphere.
When King Richard 1 passed through Melton Mowbray in 1194 history doesn’t record whether he had any difficulties finding his way around. The fact that 11 of the 14 Plantagenet kings also visited the town suggest that the visit must have been a success.
What a remarkable place this is! One of the main entrances is unobtrusively set between houses and a council waste site but a short walk brings you out on a beautiful south west facing chalk bank with long ranging views across the valley.
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