In 1993, heritage signage was introduced to the central parts of the town, mainly in the High Street, The Square, Chapel Street and Lavant Street.
A recent survey of these signs demonstrated that some were broken, some were pointing in the wrong direction and all signs were looking a little tired and in need of some TLC.
It was decided that these signs needed to be replaced, and consideration was given for a wider distribution of these signs across the centre of town and other prime locations.
New finger-posts were ordered and installed late March/early April 2020.
Here is the artwork for the finger-posts, and the specific places of interest where visitors will be signposted to.
Petersfield Town Council have installed a number of new signs around the town and open spaces.
These show a modern interpretation of Petersfield Town and some of the main green attractions including the Heath and Pond, and other recreation areas near to the town.
These have been situated at:
Swan Street Car Park
Central Car Park
Festival Hall Car Park
Tesco – North Car Park
Marks & Spencer – Outside Wall near entrance
Waitrose – On corner by entrance to Hobbs Lane
Station – Opposite as you come out of the Station
Castle Yard Car Park – By ticket machine
Petersfield Hospital – By ticket machine
In addition to these signs, we have added new entrance signs to Goodyer Meadow, Ramshill Play Area and Duck Island on the Heath.
We hope that our residents and visitors will make good use of the signs provided.