For over eighteen months, Imogen and Trevor worked with the Norfolk Archaeological Trust and English Heritage to produce a series of interpretation panels providing information for visitors at this spectacular site. This project has been generously funded by Natural England, who have also paid for major landscaping and visitor access improvements at the monument.
During February 2012 the panels were installed. The five panels created by World Tree are sited at two locations in the property car park, and on a viewing platform overlooking the remarkable view across the Broadland marshes to the west of the monument.
As well as covering the history of the site, the panels also draw attention to its rich bird life, and to other aspects of the environment. These include the possible impact of future climate change on flora, fauna and sea levels in this sensitive location.
Click here to view the panels (low resolution PDF, 10.5Mb).
To learn more about Burgh Castle, please visit www.norfarchtrust.org.uk/burghcastle. Admission to the site is free. Come and enjoy it if you are in East Anglia.