Houghton Hall Park, Dunstable, Central Bedfordshire
The design and delivery of exterior interpretation for the parkland and the design and delivery of interpretation for the interior of a new visitor centre at Houghton Hall Park, Houghton Regis. Working in partnership with CFP (Community First Partnership).
Houghton Hall Park with new visitor centre
Dartington Deer Park, South Hams, Devon
After a successful tender, Footprint is now handling the delivery of interpretation for the Dartington Hall Trust and their HLF funded Medieval Deer Park project. Working with a number of stakeholders, Footprint is working on number of interpretive elements for this wonderful site beside the River Dart.
Balancing the need to inform and engage an increased numbers of visitors, which is one of the main aims of the project, with the need for sensitive and creative interpretation is a challenge.
Establishing the illustrative style for the scheme
Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge
Another Heritage Lottery Funded project. Footprint teamed up with West Midland company Industrial Heritage Stronghold, to submit a joint tender to Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council. Having been awarded the contract we are designing interpretation, orientation signage and information signage for the park.
The park has one of the grandest park entrances outside of London, has an activity hub, cafe and large lake and is extremely well used by the general public. This interpretation work builds on a recent restoration project that has improved and added new amenities and resources in the park.
Work is underway on the sculptural supports for the interpretation panels
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, South Glos (Nov 16)
Awarded the tender the writing of an interpretation plan for the Winterbourne Medieaval Barn. A building of significant historical and architectural significance, being the only surviving example of a barn built by a member of the gentry, one Sir Thomas Bradestone in 1342.
Working with the Medieval Barn Trust , South Gloucestershire Council and other consultants, the plan will support the restoration of the barn as a visitor destination and community hub for local people.
Effigy of Sir Thomas De Bradeston, Lord of Winterbourne Manor, who built the barn in 1342.