Red Rose Forest

  • Red Rose Forest - The Meadows Interpretation

    Countryscape worked with Red Rose Forest (RRF) to create a richly illustrated interpretive display for The Meadows: a public green space on the banks of the River Irwell in Salford.

    The site itself had, until recently, been under-used by both the local community and students/...

  • Red Rose Forest - Annual Report (2010-2011)

    Countryscape were again contracted by Red Rose Forest (RRF) to produce the organisation’s Annual Report for the period 2010-2011. This work involved developing a new design and layout for the document, based more closely on the styles used by contemporary newspapers and magazines. The...

  • Red Rose Forest - "Top Trees" Leaflet

    Red Rose Forest undertook a project to celebrate Manchester’s “top trees”, as identified by the general public. The aim was to use local stories to help invigorate a programme of new planting across Greater Manchester, and to create a touring exhibition, targeting museums, galleries...

  • Red Rose Forest - Annual Report (2009-2010)

    Countryscape designed and produced the Red Rose Forest (RRF) Annual Report for the period 2009-2010. This work involved 'refreshing' the RRF brand and developing a new layout for the report.

    The overall aim was to better convey the breadth of work undertaken by RRF, some of...

  • Red Rose Forest - Google Map of “Places to Visit”

    Countryscape developed a Google Map application for the Red Rose Forest (RRF) website, enabling users discover the variety of nature reserves, woodlands, parks and waterways within the RRF catchment area. The purpose of the map is to assist the planning of recreational visits and days...

  • Red Rose Forest - Little Green Roofs Project: logo and stencil

    The Little Green Roofs project works with local communities to create green roofs on small, uninhabited, communal buildings and structures around Manchester. These green roofs help to provide ‘hotspots’ for greenery and biodiversity, and help to reduce the impact of local climate...

  • Red Rose Forest - Green Streets Tree Tags

    The Green Streets project was established in 2001 and has since helped to improve the quality of life for urban communities by involving local people in planting street trees, creating communal green alleyways and living green walls.

    Countryscape designed a series of ‘tree tags...

  • Countryscape developed a branded html template to assist the Red Rose Forest (RRF) team in producing regular e-newsletters. Its purpose was to simplify the e-newsletter process and ensure consistency in the layout and overall quality of the final product.

    The template was set up...

  • Red Rose Forest - Nutsford Vale: consultation and interpretation

    Countryscape is currently working with Red Rose Forest to develop an interpretation strategy, together with a range of displays and other materials, for Nutsford Vale: an important area of “urban countryside” in North Manchester.

    To date this project has involved facilitating a...