We can produce individual signs to interpret one particular point or site or we can produce an intergrated set of signs for multiple sites. A sample of our panels are shown below.

This interpretation project for  the Prince of Wales Committee int he mid 1980's consisted of paired panels placed at various points along the canal.

The lefthand panel shows the whole length of the canal, putting the location into an overall perspective, while the righthand panel of each pair is tailored to the particular site of each sign. Panels by SHelly Signs in inset plastic printing on GRP


 

 

This panel was designed by Jon Dixon to commemorate the destruction of Charles Church. It's design dramatically reflects the horror of its devastation in an air raid.
Panel produced as a Gibachrome photographic print, laminated in polyester film, for Plymouth City Tourism department.

 

A well designed toposcope helps people interpret views as well as pointing out some of the wildlife you might see in the area. This one is on Clee Hill in South Shropshire and is placed convieniently close to the public car park.
(However good the panel we can not guarentee the view!)

 

These are just two of a series of over 40 signs placed around a woodland trail on a seasonal basis. Each one was put near where the species described may be seen.

   

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