Walking Trail Design
The Public Art Company has been creating walking trails since 2003.
Working with Town and Tourism Managers and we provide the full walking trail design package; from concept to launch; Project Management, Mapping, Permissions, Planning, Signage, Cartography, Visitor Interpretation, Way Markers, Installation, Publishing and Launch Event.
We take the stress out of creating a walking trail for your city, town or village by designing and managing it for you, we can even advise on funding applications to make your idea a reality.
Temporary Walks for Arts & Tourism
We also create non-permanent leaflet based walks.
These can be as arts projects and artist residencies, in the form of ‘walk as art’ that investigates spaces though art , often as part of events or conferences.
Or can also be a pilot for a permanent installed walk at a location, providing research into whether a walk would be practical, and content gathering and creation. It is also a good option in locations where permanent signage is not permissible or appropriate.
World War Two Educational Trails A variety of different trails, designed to educate and record World War Two activity and history stories in Essex. Client Chappel & Wakes Colne, Frinton … Continue readingWorld War Two Trails
Set of Four Walking Trails in Walton-on-the-Naze Client Walton Community forum was set up to increase the prosperity of this seaside town in the East of Essex. Seaside towns can … Continue readingWalton Trails
Walking Trails, Social Media & Print Client Resorting to the Coast was a funded project created to promote the unique seaside histories of the Essex Coast. Ran by project manager … Continue readingResorting to the Coast
A History Trail about the Gunfleet Estuary Client The Clacton Victoria County History Group are a branch of the UK VCH, who research history on the ground with local people … Continue readingGunfleet Trail
A Walk as Art I set out to create a walk around my own neighbourhood which, in around 2010, had been earmarked for re-generation, and given the title ‘the Cultural … Continue readingPlace Story Artefact
A guided Walkshop with Sara Hayes as part of Walk21 Rotterdam Conference 2019 Walk Started & Ended – De Doelen, Schouwburgplein 50, 3012 CL Rotterdam, Netherlands. Wednesday 9th October 2019 … Continue readingEngaging Communities Through Walking Art – Rotterdam
See our blog post on How to Create Your Walking Trail! We guide you though step by step on how to get started and where to go from there.
For more information on designing walking trails, contact trail project manager Sara Hayes on +44 7950 836488 or firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about commissioning a walking trail for your town or city.