Maidendale LNR is an 8Ha site of former agricultural land, dating from the 1950’s, which includes some remnants of old hedgerows and clay drainage pipes within the clay soil. Today the site is managed as a local nature reserve situated on the south-eastern edge of Darlington. Continue reading
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The Bronze Toposcope is now complete and installed at Europe’s largest windfarm. The interpretation features include a large 1.5 metre bronze disc with a landscape panorama of the surrounding scene as well as topographical features and four supporting discs illustrating the local heritage. Continue reading
Handing out a business card is often the first impression people take of your business, so you need to get it right. Differentia will design your cards and make them a class apart. By using high quality digital printing the resulting cards are simple ….. Continue reading
We produced two interpretation panels for the Gaelic College on the Isle of Islay. The project called for a bird identification panel and telescope and a Gaelic Landscape panoramic panel for Ionad Chaluim Chille Ile. So it was with great hardship (LOL) that I had to go to Islay one February to spend a long weekend looking at birds and exploring the Gaelic landscape in preparation for this panel. Continue reading
Considering the landscape is not always done by those of us who are involved in interpretation. It seems that as soon as the word interpretation is mentioned then so a brief is issued to produce xxx number of GRP interpretation panels! This is not interpretation but rather the erecting of street furniture, often in sensitive areas.