Another satisfying project to finish 2018 involved our panels being used across the Lindisfarne English Heritage project on Holy Island. It was undertaken on behalf of the Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership and Differentia.
Major renovation began at Lindisfarne Castle began back in November 2015. Fast forward to November 2018 and an awful lot of work has been carried out.
Holy Island attracts about 500,000 visitors per year. The challenge being to create a single point where the interpretation and signage from the different partners such as as; English Heritage, National Trust and Natural England could display their information.
The shelter itself was made by local craftsman Geoff Jackson of Langley Furniture Works using green oak and traditional methods of construction.
The resulting mix of interpretation panels includes a map done by local artist Sarah Farooqi with local facilities and amenities.
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