Signs and Waymarking
Project partners have been working together to improve the quality of visitor signage across the Limewoods area.
At several Forestry Commission woodlands, new “threshold signs” have been installed identifying each woodland as part of the Lincolnshire Limewoods Project. Additional signage is also provided showing other woods that can be visited if any particular areas are closed.
Working with Lincolnshire County Council’s Countryside Access Team, the Limewoods Project has almost completed an ambitious project to replace signage on the public rights of way network. Along the six promoted walk routes, as well as identifying public footpaths and bridleways the signs now also provide information on destinations and distances, a project which has been well-received by the Lincolnshire Ramblers.
“Brown tourist signs” directing visitors to Chambers Farm Wood and other major attractions are also in place, helping visitors to easily find their way to their destination.