New pedestrian signs have been installed throughout Lowestoft linking together key attractions and encouraging visitors to explore the town.
Officially unveiled on Monday 26 February, the new ‘wayfinding’ signage will guide visitors from Kensington Gardens in the south through to Sparrows Nest Gardens in the north. The signs will improve navigation around the town and highlight places of interest, interesting side streets and ‘hidden gems’. Signs also give walking times between key attractions.
Jointly funded by Waveney District Council and Lowestoft Vision, the signs are located in key positions around the town and will encourage visitors to explore the award-winning South Beach, Kirkley Village, Royal Plain, Station Square, the town centre, the historic High Street and Ness Point.
Improved wayfinding was identified as a priority in the Lowestoft Coastal Community Team’s Seafront Strategy and is one of the first projects from within the Seafront Vision to be delivered.