Designers of historical displays and signs
Lifechart designs distinctive interpretive displays and heritage trails
Below are examples of some of our historic trail displays. They include a celebration of Tiverton’s wool trade called Merchants’ Trail, the Cobbold’s home Holywells Park, Edward Wilson who died alongside Captain Robert Scott, the Iron Age hillfort Leckhampton Hill, famous composer Gustav Holst and pioneering pastoralist Francis Cobbold. Click to see them in more detail.
You may notice that many of our external displays are of the frameless lectern design. This is because they are child friendly and wheelchair-user friendly, the rain runs straight off them (no wooden frame to rot), their production is eco friendly and the security fixings can be removed for replacement graphics (not that we’ve needed to yet). We will build displays in any form you like though, and can show you a spectrum of materials and designs.
We will employ QR codes and augmented reality (AR) to link to smartphones if required and all will be vandal-resistant and the graphics UV-resistant. Click on the examples above.