Projects tagged with Copywriting

Forest of Bowland AONB

  • Forest of Bowland AONB - Sense of Place Toolkit and Workshops

    Countryscape worked with the Forest of Bowland AONB to develop a ‘Sense of Place Toolkit’ for local businesses. The aim of the toolkit is to help businesses understand the special qualities of the AONB and to use these qualities in order to develop and promote their own product – as...

  • Forest of Bowland AONB - Management Plan

    Countryscape carried out a statutory review and update of the AONB management plan for the period 2009-2014, undertaken in partnership with Alison Farmer Associates. This work involved:

    • Design and facilitation of 11 workshops with local residents, community groups,...
  • Countryscape has developed a comprehensive communications strategy for the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The aim of the strategy is to help consolidate and ensure consistency in AONB communications, while providing a strategic framework and clear goals...

  • Forest of Bowland AONB - Publicity Materials and Corporate Documents

    Countryscape has produced a complete range of publicity materials and corporate documents for the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). This includes leaflets, booklets, posters, postcards, exhibitions and displays, outdoor signage and interpretation, walking...

  • Forest of Bowland AONB - Interpretation and Displays

    Countryscape has developed a range of large-format displays, pop-up exhibition materials and interpretative signage for the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). All materials have been produced in strict accordance with the AONB brand identity...

Manchester City Council

  • Development of a city-wide action plan for climate change mitigation, which was originally produced in readiness for the UN Climate Change Summit in Copenhagen (December 2009).

    Countryscape was contracted by Manchester City Council to manage the consultation and initial drafting...

  • Manchester City Council - Manchester Tree Strategy Conference

    Countryscape was contracted to facilitate a one-day conference, exploring ideas for the Manchester Tree Strategy (2006). This work involved use of a creative thinking toolkit (called Ketso) to encourage discussion and information sharing amongst approximately 100 participants from...

  • Countryscape was initially contracted to develop a website for Philips Park in Manchester, aiming to improve the visitor experience through better interpretation and education. The website was built using a content management system, so it could be easily updated by park wardens,...

Natural England

  • Natural England - Landscape Character Network

    Countryscape facilitated the Landscape Character Network (LCN) (formerly known as the Countryside Character Network) between 2002 and 2011. Countryscape was re-appointed following competitive tendering in 2005 and 2007. In 2011 the Landscape Character Network website was partly...

  • Natural England - Lakes to Dales Landscape Designation Project

    In 2009, Natural England put forward proposals to extend the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. Countryscape led a major public consultation over the proposals during 2009/2010, working in partnership with Alison Farmer Associates and Pathways Consultancy.

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  • Natural England - Royal Show Exhibition

    Drafting, design and production of the Natural England exhibition for the Royal Agricultural Show (2006). Countryscape was responsible for producing all necessary content and artwork for the exhibition, including developing the key messages for presentation in liaison with staff from...

  • Natural England - West Midlands Regional Landscape Advocacy

    Countryscape worked with Natural England, Staffordshire County Council and the West Midlands Landscape Partnership to raise awareness of landscape and the European Landscape Convention. This work included the testing of landscape characterisation methodology, production of a landscape...

The Lowry

  • The Lowry - Unlocking Salford Quays

    Countryscape worked with the The Lowry theatre and arts centre, Salford, to develop a wide range of interpretation as part of Unlocking Salford Quays: a heritage project that reveals the hidden history of Salford Quays as told by local people.

    Supported by The Heritage Lottery...

Catch 22

  • Catch 22 - Broadhurst Clough Interpretation

    Countryscape engaged with young people from Catch 22 – a charity working with young people who find themselves in difficult situations – to develop a range of interpretive displays for Broadhurst Clough: a public green space in Moston, North Manchester. This involved facilitating a...

West Pennine Moors

  • West Pennine Moors Partnership - West Pennine Moors Management Plan

    The West Pennine Moors is an area of ninety square miles of open countryside in Lancashire, comprising a patchwork of moorland, reservoirs, wooded cloughs and historic villages. The area contains a rich variety of natural and cultural heritage which is highly accessible to the...

Sefton Coast Partnership Working Group

  • Sefton Coast Partnership Working Group - Landscape Strategy & Consultation

    Countryscape was contracted to carry out landscape consultancy work in support of the Sefton Coast partnership. This involved developing and facilitating a series of community workshops, where local people were encouraged to think creatively about their landscape and share ideas for...

The Countryside Agency

  • Countryscape co-ordinated and edited a series of Landscape Character Assessment (LCA) Topic Papers, designed to support the LCA Guidance for England and Scotland (published in 2002 by The Countryside Agency and Scottish Natural Heritage). This work involved collating input and comments...

Greater Manchester Waste

  • Countryscape has developed a range of publicity materials for the Greater Manchester Waste Group (GMW). This has included the production of a PR/marketing brochure, entitled 'Positive Progress,' which was developed as a precursor to GMW's annual report. Countryscape was responsible for...

Groundwork

  • Groundwork - Local Heritage Project: Saint Michael’s Flags

    A project to interpret and promote the local heritage of Saint Michael’s Flags (a small public green space in Manchester), working in partnership with the local community. Countryscape was responsible for producing of a 20-page booklet and interactive CD-ROM; a series of outdoor...

Harpurhey Neighbourhood Project

  • Harpurhey Neighbourhood Project - Local Heritage Project: Moston Vale

    A project to interpret and promote the local heritage of the Moston Vale area of North Manchester, in partnership with the Harpurhey Neighbourhood Project, Groundwork and the local community. This work involved producing a 40-page booklet and interactive CD-ROM, together with...

Havant Borough Council

  • Countryscape designed and managed a consultation programme to engage local community groups in the Havant Borough Landscape Character Assessment (LCA). This work involved a three stage process: 1) development of a postal ‘Consultation Pack’ containing clearly worded instructions, maps...

Heritage Works

  • Heritage Works - All Work and No Play? An Ancoats Scrapbook

    Heritage Works Buildings Preservation Trust contracted Countryscape to produce a publication based on the ‘All Work & No Play’ project, which from 2005-2006 recorded and archived the oral histories, photographs and other memorabilia of the current and former residents and workers...

  • Heritage Works - ‘The Cotton Church’ publication

    Heritage Works Buildings Preservation Trust contracted Countryscape to produce a booklet on the history of St. Peter’s Church in Ancoats, Manchester: an historic Anglican church which dates back to the 1850s, when Ancoats was the centre of the city’s cotton industry. In 2006 the church...

National Body of Black Prisoner Support Groups (NBBPSG)

  • National Body of Black Prisoner Support Groups (NBBPSG) - Exhibition Materials

    Countryscape produced a full range of communication materials to support the NBBPSG Annual Conference in 2006. This involved the design and print of a conference leaflet and invitation, a detailed report on the previous year’s event and a series of pop-up display banners, conveying key...

Test Valley Borough Council

  • Countryscape developed both a draft summary of the Test Valley Landscape Character Assessment (for use in consultation with local stakeholders), as well as the final version of the report, produced in four separate volumes.

    Our creative team was responsible for the graphic...

Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

  • Centre for Ecology and Hydrology - Science Strategy

    Countryscape designed and produced the CEH Science Strategy (entitled ‘Integrated Science for Our Changing World’), which summarises the organisation's programme of work between 2005-2010 and sets the scope for future research.

    The strategy was designed to publicise the work of...

RSPB

  • RSPB - Wetland Vision Project: technical report

    The Wetland Vision Project is a partnership consisting of the Royal Society for the
    Protection of Birds (RSPB), English Heritage, the Environment Agency, Natural England and The Wildlife Trusts. Its purpose is to set out a 50-year vision for freshwater wetlands in England.

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Scottish Natural Heritage

  • Scottish Natural Heritage - Talking About Our Place

    Countryscape has produced a toolkit on behalf of Scottish Natural Heritage to encourage communities to get involved in the future of their landscape. The toolkit - called 'Talking About Our Place' - is fully self-led and designed to be used by community groups without the involvement...

Arnside & Silverdale AONB

  •  - Low Carbon Landscape

    Countryscape worked with Arnside & Silverdale AONB to produce a final report for the Low Carbon Landscape project, identifying the potential impacts of climate change on the area together with examples of local good practice in mitigation.

    This work involved editing the...

National Trust

  • National Trust - Outdoor Tracker Pack Handbook

    From 2008 to 2010, the National Trust carried out a project to develop best practice in creating outdoor activity packs for families with young children (termed 'Tracker Packs'). The project encouraged National Trust properties to develop more effective and engaging interpretation...