Focus Groups Established in Hospital Signage Review

A hospital in England has taken the unusual step of consulting the public on plans to amend Directional signage. Barnsley Hospital has established a number of focus groups, designed to provide members of the public specifically visitors and patients with an opportunity to comment on new designs A revised system of signposting and directional signage … Continue reading “Focus Groups Established in Hospital Signage Review”






Signage Cull Praised by Ministers

Transport ministers have welcomed the removal of thousands of road signs in England. Last year, officials promised to liberate the country from excessive road signage, otherwise described as “unnecessary clutter,” but can such a move be justified? Road signs are obviously essential for maintaining health and safety on Britain’s roads, as they provide important information … Continue reading “Signage Cull Praised by Ministers”






Paper Mill Manager Raises Cash for Tourist Signs

The manager of a paper mill in Hertfordshire briefly overcame her fear of spiders, to take part in a sponsored stunt that aimed to raise cash for Tourist signs. Sue Woolnough, who is employed by Frogmore Paper Mill as education manager, raised over £800 by letting a large tarantula walk across the palms of her … Continue reading “Paper Mill Manager Raises Cash for Tourist Signs”






Pay-and-Display Sign Obscured by Height Barrier

A motorist who received a  £50 penalty notice after parking his car outside a Tesco Metro in Chippenham, Wiltshire, has won his case at a Traffic Penalty Tribunal. Fifty-six-year-old John Samuels received the fine after he parked in the pay-and-display car park at Emery Gate Shopping Centre. Mr Samuels failed to notice the pay-and-display sign on entering … Continue reading “Pay-and-Display Sign Obscured by Height Barrier”