About This Project

This is a rather magical place, including ancient woodland, winding streams and lots of little bridges, and is in fact the remnant of a landscaped 18th-century pleasure gardens. And another little-known fact: it’s home to no less than 558 species of fungi, which is pretty impressive for a 36-hectare size.

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust does an excellent job managing Gobions Wood and has recently installed a recycled plastic lectern near the Canal Pond. This is a great choice for a frequently damp area as the material is completely rot resistant and will not deteriorate with time. The beautiful watercolour illustrations show the rich wildlife in this area, from the great spotted woodpecker to the black clock beetle.

Products used on this project

Lectern – Hatfield
Recycled Plastic

The elegant Hatfield lectern coordinates neatly with the other products from the Duro range. It combines clear presentation with a virtually indestructible construction.

Similar projects

National Trust, Dunster Castle

Landmark’s involvement has only occurred after the first thousand years or so, but we have been very privileged to supply signage for this wonderful place.

Stockport Council, Bramall Hall & Park

Bramall Hall in Stockport is a superb example of a Tudor Manor House with origins dating back to the Middle Ages.

We want to work with you.

Your project is our project, the Landmark team is waiting to hear from you…

  • Landmark Accreditation ISO 9001
  • Landmark Accreditation ISO 14001
  • Landmark construction line
  • Landmark worksafe contractor
  • Grown In Britain
  • sign design society member

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website.