The Discover Brightwater The Treasure Trail Project

We are looking for someone to create a Treasure Trail which will inspire people to explore our landscape and natural environment together with our history and heritage.

We are seeking to appoint an artist, designer and community engagement practitioner or consortium to design, engage and work with local young people in the creation of an exciting new treasure map including newly created ‘treasures’ to be hidden amongst the landscape.

We would like to create an adventure guide/treasure trail for the whole of the Discover Brightwater area. The finished trail must look and feel like it belongs to our family of other walks and publications. We have clear branding guidelines which must be followed. The finished trail should be designed for both electronic and print media.

Our full brand guidelines can be found here

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