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National Trust may look at Causeway Visitor Centre signage

14th August 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

National Trust officials may assess signage at the Causeway Visitor Centre after complaints from members of the public.

Tourists have stated that the current signs in place do not make it clear that access to the Causeway and parking are free of charge, while others have expressed dissatisfaction at the high fees at the centre, reports the Belfast Telegraph.

In this case, correct signage will be extremely important, as visitors may choose to drive away if they believe costs are involved.

Speaking to the newspaper, the National Trust's assistant director of operations Billy Reid said: "We’ve had over 116,000 visitors through the centre since it opened on 3rd July and we’re finding that the people who come have had a really good time, they’ve enjoyed it and they think it’s value for money."

Commenting on the alleged lack of notices at the site, he said officials will "look at the signposting" if it is necessaryADNFCR-2754-ID-801428214-ADNFCR


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