Trinity Park sits in the centre of the historic town of Maidstone in Kent. The park is arranged in the former burial ground, now a little urban green space with a forest vibe and bluebells in spring.
Maidstone Borough Council had secured section 106 funding to make improvements to signage and interpretation in Trinity Park. This historic park required a sensitive design approach and influence was taken from the existing entrance features to ensure new signage did not detract from the tranquil nature of the park.
The park benefits from an abundance of wildlife, often found in historic churchyards, and through imaginative and highly visual wildlife illustrations we were able to communicate key messages about how the park was managed and the conservation efforts of the Council.
Welcome signs reveal the history and heritage of Trinity Park and reinforce bylaws and prohibition to influence visitor behaviour.
Manufactured from stainless steel with full colour n-viro™ prints our signs are designed to withstand the rigours of a town park.
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