Signs are a great way of making people think about the opportunities for play around them. All sorts of sign formats can be used, such as formal, decorative or temporary notices.
- ‘What’s that smell?’ (Near balsam poplar, pine, fir, honeysuckle, wild garlic or stink horn)
- ‘Did you hear that?’ (Beside aspen or near a stream).
- ‘Do not disturb the troll’. (On a bridge).
- ‘Hug a tree! You know you want to’
- ‘Are you lost?’
- ‘Are you nearly there yet?’
- ‘Please walk on the grass’
- ‘It’s behind you!’
- ‘Keep off the ground’
- ‘Don’t look up!’
- ‘Bet you can’t stay dry / clean here’.
- ‘Last person through the gate is tag’.
- ‘Free stick to all forest walkers. Pick your own.’
- ‘Christmas pine cones: A free gift from the Forestry Commission’.
Contact the landscape architect or graphic design team for details of specifying timber signs or structures.