1. We are delighted to get our stickers for the National Trust's Wildlife Week out in the open this week at Newark Park. These latest I love wildlife stickers are part of a series for the property, encouraging families and children to explore and enjoy the great outdoors that Newark has to offer. 

    wildlife week stickers

  2. Sheltering from a salty wind, the bwa team is proud to have recently been on-site installing new interpretation for Southwood Estate in Pembrokeshire. Our graphics created for this National Trust Wales site are just one example of the many heritage projects that we are involved with across the UK. 

    Southwood Estate 1

    Southwood Estate 2

  3. We have just installed the second phase of the Stitches in Time exhibition at the National Trust property Hardwick Hall, with the arrival of the recently restored Lucretia tapestry. Additional elements include an updated iPad kiosk and new leaflet with extended content.

    Lucretia tapestry_interpretation installation_Hardwick Hall_National Trust

  4. Working with our clients the National Trust, we designed and annually update their internal Christmas planning website, for access by all National Trust property staff preparing a festive visitor experience. The site provides information, shared advice and inspiration – so managers can treat National Trust Property visitors to an exciting Christmas experience.

    National Trust internal Christmas planning site

  5. Children can get a clear perspective on Capability Brown with our new interative 'perspective table' at the National Trust's Berrington Hall in Herefordshire. bwa is proud to have worked with the property to develop the latest interpretation at the property celebrating the work of Capability Brown, who originally landscaped this stunning property grounds. We created a series of interpretative graphic panels for the stable block, to tell the story.

    Interpretation for Berringhton Hall