A series of engaging and informative new interpretation panels have been unveiled at Coldeast open space (behind Holly Hill Leisure Centre).
The panels tell the history of the site and highlight the rich array of wildlife which can be found there.
Fareham Borough Council commissioned local artistic designers Dan and Rosemary Powell to create artwork for the boards, giving them a feel which is sympathetic with the natural surroundings.
There are 6 panels in total covering different aspects of the site, including the meadow, orchard, pond and woodland.
Executive Leader of Fareham Borough Council, Cllr Seán Woodward, said:
"These panels are a wonderful addition to the open space, woodland and lakeside at Coldeast, which since its opening in 2014 is already a well-used community asset. The artists have done an excellent job of bringing the site to life as you walk around, helping visitors to engage in all the area has to offer."
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