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10 Sep 2018
Crosby Ravensworth Maulds Meaburn leaflet design

Expanding the Yorkshire Dales trails

When the Yorkshire Dales National Park officially grew by an extra 161 square miles in 2016, it encompassed the little-known but picturesque villages of Crosby Ravensworth and Maulds Meaburn. Recognising the significant tourism opportunity this presented, the local Parish Council decided to establish three designated walking trails to entice visitors to their area, and to encourage them to support their local pub, cafes and B&Bs.

After securing funding from the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority’s Sustainable Development Fund, the Parish Council commissioned Lathwell & Associates to undertake all of the design, photography and cartography for a trail leaflet. Naturally, we jumped at the chance to spend some time in one of our favourite corners of the UK as a pioneer trail walker.

To top off a lovely project, Ginny Holroyd from Crosby Ravensworth Maulds Meaburn Parish Council was delighted with the result. She said, 'Thank you very much for all your work - keeping on schedule, always communicating in a timely and effective manner and most importantly producing the goods!'

Tags: Design, Leaflet, Maps, Photography, Yorkshire Dales