Countryscape produced a short booklet to help promote the “Buy Local” Food Awards 2008, on behalf of CPRE Cheshire. The purpose of the booklet was to encourage people to vote for and celebrate their favourite local food producers and stockists. The publication was designed to be colourful, engaging and ‘mouth-watering’ (!), appealing to a broad public audience. It proved to be an important tool in helping to publicise the campaign and ensure the success of the Awards.
Countryscape was contracted by the Living Landscapes Project (University of Reading) to help facilitate a series of community workshops in Shropshire and Hampshire, as part of the CPRE Outreach Programme - a pilot project, aiming to engage local people in Landscape Character Assessment.
Living Landscapes Project called on Countryscape at fairly short notice to help us deliver part of a wide ranging community consultation exercise on a national project. They responded not only with enthusiasm, but with creativity and imagination, and got to grips with the direction and feel of the project immediately - not always the easiest thing to do when brought into the job fairly late in the day. Their role was delivered very professionally, and added greatly to the success of the consultation events - Mark Diacono, Living Landscapes Project