Countryscape produced a range of publicity materials to help promote Healey Nab Mountain Bike Trails: two challenging routes through mixed woodland (one red grade, one black) that were created by volunteers from the local biking community using funding from Lancashire County Council, assisted by professional trail designer and rider, Rowan Sorell.
Countryscape developed a leaflet to help publicise the West Pennine Moors (WPM) as destination for sustainable tourism and recreation.
The leaflet provides information on the area’s landscape and scenic beauty, its wildlife, heritage, attractions and activities. It also contains a map of the WPM, showing the location of key features, landmarks and public facilities.
The leaflet was designed in accordance with the WPM brand identity.
Countryscape was contracted to redevelop the West Pennine Moors (WPM) website using the Drupal Content Management System, enabling it to be more easily updated and maintained by WPM staff. This involved replicating the design, structure and content of the former website in accordance with the WPM brand.
The website provides information on local wildlife, heritage, recreation and events, together with information on how the area is managed.
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 surrounding towns and cities.
In 2009, Countryscape was contracted to develop a new 10-year management plan for the West Pennine Moors. This work involved: