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Green Chain audio trails – London walking trails


Posted on September 10th, by admin in Audio Trails, Case Study, Mapping. No Comments

Green Chain audio trails – London walking trails

A new series of London walking trails have been launched along South East London’s Green Chain – a 40-mile network of footpaths running through parkland and woodland.

Your very own tour guides

Parmjit, a Green Chain Walks Leader, and Gerald, a local expert, are ready to take you on three fascinating walks to explore some of the greener parts of South East London. Parmjit and Gerald are fictional characters devised solely for this project to create the feel of a real guided walk.

The audio trails were devised with help from a number of local community groups whose expertise and passion inspired the flavour of the scripts.

We were also commissioned to produce downloadable PDF watercolour maps to help guide visitors along each route.

“The Green Chain partnership have worked with Audio Trails on 3 audio trails to promote the Green Chain Walk in South East London. We were really impressed with the creative approach taken and the professional way it was delivered. We would certainly use Audio Trails and would recommend them as an excellent company to work with.”

Mark Budd, Green Chain Project Officer

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greenchain.com

More London walking trails

For further London walking trails why not download the Darwin and the Dinosaurs audio trail and the Morden Hall Park audio trails app.





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