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New signage for Memorial Gardens

1 December 2020

Residents and visitors can find their way around the town centre, thanks to new wayfinding signs in the Memorial Gardens.

Crawley Borough Council has installed new up-to-date wayfinding signs in the Memorial Gardens to reflect the changes in the town centre and improve connectivity to out of town attractions for both visitors and residents.

Funded by the council, West Sussex County Council and the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership, as part of the Crawley Growth Programme, the signs feature updated maps, directions and walking times to other areas of the town centre, such as Crawley and Three Bridges railway stations, K2 Crawley leisure centre, Tilgate Park and County Mall.

This is the second phase of the scheme which, in 2018, saw the replacement of 10 tired and mismatched signs in the town centre with 20 new finger post and totem signs.

Over in the Historic High Street, a new heritage sign is also set to be installed. Replacing the current sign, the new sign will display the history of the area, while complementing the suite of new signage around the town.

These signs not only look great, but are in keeping with our changing town centre. Our thanks to West Sussex County Council and the LEP for their partnership on this project.

Cllr Peter Smith

Cabinet member for Economic Development, Crawley Borough Council

We are pleased to support the delivery of these smart new signs, signalling our commitment and investment in the town through our continuing and successful partnership - the Crawley Growth Programme.

Bob Lanzer

Cabinet Member for Economy, West Sussex County Council

We are delighted to have contributed towards the Crawley Growth Programme, I look forward to visiting the town centre to see the improvements in person. Crawley continues to be vital to the success of the wider regional economy and we are committed to building back stronger, smarter and greener - working with our partners to make a difference to people and places and ensuring that our region is a fantastic place to live, grow and succeed.

Jonathan Sharrock

Chief Executive, Coast to Capital

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