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.

In 2019 an ambitious redevelopment programme was commenced with refurbishment to the building along with extensive landscaping alterations, installation of camping pods and other facilities. Landmark were very pleased to be involved with this exciting project and supplied entrance signage, fingerposts, interpretation lecterns and monoliths.

A particular feature of this signage is the stunning graphics on the lecterns which were produced by a local artist. These looked especially good when produced in HardRok™ and mounted in the Lymington lecters.

This was a busy building site at the time, as reflected in the photographs and we look forward to seeing the environment mature and mellow over the years at this dynamic location.

Products used on this project

Fingerpost sign – Newport

The beautifully made Newport fingerpost sign matches perfectly with other products from the County range. It supplies essential wayfinding information in a way that...

Lectern – Lymington

An increasingly popular style combining the beauty of oak with the minimalist elegance of a HardRok tray. Benefits of this style are edge-to-edge graphics,...

Monolith – Braemar

Discreet yet imposing, minimalist yet impressive, its bulk and simple design means it is both highly vandal resistant and economical; the striking Braemar monolith...

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