Canal-side information boards, commissioned by the Louth Navigation Trust, were designed to provide historical information to walkers about Ticklepenny Lock in Louth, Lincolnshire.
We design and produce panels for internal and external settings in a wide range of shapes and sizes, so our clients don’t need to be restricted to standard A3, A2 A1 type formats. These extra tall thin panels were created to be mounted on large oak posts dug into the ground with a panel on each side. The panels were sized to match the wood available for a perfect fit.
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Background information > The Louth Navigation Trust was formed in 1986 by a group of local people dedicated to preserving and regenerating the canal.The trust gained charitable status in 1998 and continues to be run by volunteers.
The Trust operates from the Navigation Warehouse in Louth, which in 2017 was rescued from auction by East Lindsey District Council to continue being used for community use.
The Trust seeks to enhance the Louth Navigation canal corridor, by undertaking sustainable heritage programmes of canal and building restoration, together with the implementation of educational, recreational, environmental and economic projects, for the long term benefit of the community.