About This Project
Welcome to this popular spot in this Nottinghamshire borough. It boasts 580 acres of open space with footpaths to explore and enjoy the wildlife. Not only that but it also has a children’s play area with a mining tower slide, visitor centre, café, and nature and orienteering trails.
The latest facility is a viewing platform from which you can see Lincoln Cathedral, St Mary Magdalene Church in Newark, Gunthorpe Lock and Belvoir Castle. The final touch to this £120k facility was nothing other than seven of Landmark’s famous lecterns! These elegant masterpieces will tell you everything you need to know about the viewpoints including the Sugar Factory in Newark, Lincoln’s Water Tower, Radcliffe Power Station and other highlights of the surrounding countryside.
The lecterns specified were the London 72004, a model that is well-known for its good looks, easy updating, and flexibility on size and layout. Some of the lecterns supplied here are mounted into the stone-filled gabion baskets while some are mounted directly to the ground using pre-drilled brackets.
All in all, it was a very nice job – if you’re passing through, do stop off to get some fresh air and enjoy the views!
What may have appeared as a rather non-descript ditch in the centre of Saffron Walden is now fully explained as a ‘Norman and medieval boundary marker’.
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