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Horden Dene is an area of England on the Durham coast. It was once a colliery here and the beach was (and still is) covered in coal. But since the closure of the mines the coast is regenerating and wildlife that was sitting below the surface is emerging and flourishing. The local community are justly proud of this area and we worked with the community on the sculptural and interpretative outputs for the site.Some extracts from the interpretation panels:
Peggy Potts hoodwinked a customs officer by replacing the illegal alcohol she had in a keg with her own urine!
And so we begin the journey a place where cholera began in this country and was once known once as the “largest shipbuilding town in the world”
The beginning of a journey along the England Coast Path with aorund 18 Interpretation Units telling the story of this heritage coast.
Their remit is to develop a heritage trail around Ecclefechan. This involves research into the letters of Thomas Carlyle to extract interesting and relevant sections tell stories that illustrate the social history of Ecclefechan. This would bring to life some of the local characters through anecdotal tales. We envisage the interpretation in the form of tactile zinc etched panels with the letters being produced in relief along with images of local landmarks, characters and buildings.
This is the new set of interpretation panels designed and installed for the Caledonia Way in West Coast Scotland. This is a set of four panels covering historical and natural heritage for the area between Appin and Ballachulish.