Working nearer home: South West Peak Interpretation Plan

Another partnership, another landscape, another Interpretation. Once again it is totally different.  In this instance, the key issue is not building recognition, but of managing recreation pressure and local interests in part of Britain’s most visited National Park.


Climbers at The Roaches

Happily, the partners represented a range of interests and, as usual, our consultations involved them working in collaboration.  This led to an exciting project proposal in which the British Mountaineering Council and the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust will work together to produce video shorts showing different perspectives on why The Roaches are so special.

In fact, innovative use of video was an exciting feature of this project.


Errwood Reservoir in the Goyt Valley

Our friend and associate Gordon MacLellan of  Creeping Toad joined our team for this project.  He carried our creative community consultations that resulted in evocative poetic expressions of how local people connect to the landscape.


The Roaches orientation post and panel





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