overhaul proposed for 'tired' Burnham and Highbridge signs
of pounds look set to be spent by the Town Council on updating "tired
and deteriorating" information signs around Burnham-On-Sea
are this week considering proposals to spend up to £15,000
on upgrading signs to make it easier for visitors to find their
way around and enhance the appearance of the two towns.
Town Council's destination and information signs in both Highbridge
and Burnham are old or missing and now look tired with deteriorating
frames," says Town Clerk Tatiana Cant.
Chamber Of Trade has also called for "confusing" signage
at Highbridge Railway Station's platform entrance to be improved
as connecting bus travel information is not quick to find or understand.
council's Town Projects Committe will this week consider a proposal
to replace signs/frames at Burnham-On-Sea's Oxford Street car park,
at the railway station, and outside Highbridge's Alpha House.
council says the previous costs for the signs in 2015 was £3,000