Worth Park Interpretation
Worth Park is situated in the affluent town of Crawley, West Sussex. The park dates back to Anglo-Saxon times and was once part of Worth Forest, where it was used as a hunting ground. The park extends to eight hectares, including a lake area and formal gardens. In 2016, the park benefitted from a major restoration project funded by the Heritage Lottery, returning it to its former glory.
In developing a sympathetic interpretation, signage and wayfinding scheme, we take influence from the many facets a site has to offer. Architecture, landscaping, history and heritage all play a role in determining the most appropriate style and finish.
Our designs included a colourful 3D map to aid orientation and a suite of interpretation displays to encourage residents and visitors to learn more of the fascinating heritage of Worth Park.