New signage at Redlees Park unveiled

Redlees Park in Isleworth has had a brand new series of signs installed as part of a pilot scheme to improve access to all green spaces across the borough.

Published: Wednesday, 8th January 2020

Image of Cllr Samia Chaudhary looking at the new signage in Redlees Park.

Redlees Park in Isleworth has had a brand new series of signs installed as part of a pilot scheme to improve access to all green spaces across the borough.

The new design incorporates silhouettes of people and activities in bright colours alongside the promotion of 10 minute walking routes around the park. The recently improved trail along the Duke of Northumberland’s river walk has also been added to the map to encourage users to explore and to promote a link between Hounslow’s numerous green and blue spaces.

Cllr Samia Chaudhary, Cabinet Member for Parks and Leisure at Hounslow Council who was at the launch today said: “Here at the council, we are always looking at innovative ways of encouraging our residents to make use of our wonderful parks and also become more active and healthy in doing so.  Walking to or from your local park is just one of the ways to get active in your local area and these lovely new signs shows us how easily we can do that.”  

These signs are being trialled in Redlees Park but if they prove popular with residents, the Parks Team will roll out the new design as replacement opportunities arise.

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