Our newly created Nunckley Trail will have 14 A2 sized professionally made information boards sited at the various points of ecological and historical interest along the trail. Each board will contain information in Braille as well as written format. The board manufacture costs have been kindly sponsored by a grant from Loughborough University.
In addition to the info boards there will be an A1 sized entrance
board that shows visitors the trail route, points of interest and where the information
boards will be sited.
The entrance board has been designed by our volunteers and we are very pleased with the end result and in particular the little thumb nail
images for the interest points. We also have "Robbie the Robin"
who will appear on each board and help to guide our younger visitors along the
We hope you like the design and have up loaded it here so you can get an idea of how the Nunckley Trail works alongside the railway.
A massive thanks goes to John Cramp for designing the entrance board and to Sue Cramp for designing Robbie the Robin!
The Nunckley Trail will be open free of charge to the public on the days that the Mountsorrel Railway is operating.
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The Mountsorrel Railway is part of the Mountsorrel and Rothley Community Heritage Centre. This website is no longer updated. For updates see: http://heritage-centre.co.uk/