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Warning signs part of new directional signage project

27th August 2010 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

New warning signs will be erected in an alleyway in Morpeth as part of a scheme to attract more customers to the area.

According to the Morpeth Herald, thousands of pounds will be spent on new equipment after concerns were raised that the area could become a "ghost town".

It is believed that the opening of a revamped shopping centre, while boosting retail trade, is pulling potential customers away from Morpeth's more traditional and independent shops.

And a lack of signage was believed to be the root of the problem, along with the alleyway having something of an uninviting feel.

Now councillors Andrew Tebbutt and David Moore will provide up to £5,000 each from their small schemes allowances in order to improve the area. According to the newspaper, this will include enhanced lighting, painting the alley, installing a helpful shopping map, and "adding illuminated directional signage".

Earlier this month, it was announced that revamped health and safety signage will be part of a new development at Blackpool Tower.


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