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Softwood Interpretation Panels


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Softwood Interpretation Panels

Low cost softwood interpretation panels from Audio Trails.

Derbyshire-based Junction Arts needed two low-cost interpretation panels for a community arts project in Brimington, near Chesterfield. None of the usual suppliers were able to supply anything within budget, but Audio Trails came to the rescue!

The two A2 softwood panels have fit snuggly into their new home. Printing, frame construction and install came in comfortably under the £1000 budget.

Testimonials

“I am very impressed with the finished product.  2 weeks from quote to install is amazing.  A councillor’s nightmare is that something will not be done in the time that you have told your constituents it will be done. In your case you were a week earlier which took the pressure off me. Well done.

I will most certainly recommend you to my colleagues and anyone else I come across.”

Tricia Gilby, County Councillor for Brimington, Hollingwood and Tapton

“From my point of you, it has been really useful just to have you keeping us up to date all along the way, really efficient service and you can tell you care about the community work you do.”

Amy Smith, Administration & Monitoring Officer





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