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Commissioning a Milestone?.
Any new milestone… Must be appropriate to the context Affordable by the sponsor(s) Deliverable by the mason/sculptor
. A splendid example in Lincolnshire
A simple block… This cost c £750, as part of the Judy Woods project funded by Bradford City Council
A simple plate costs around £100 to cast from a pattern. Consider painting and fitting / secure fixing methods..
. A Telford replacement plate for the Golden Jubilee cost £200
. Add a stainless steel plate describing the event?
. This engraving would cost around £2000
A Roman Milestone?!
At Kirkburton This is carved on three sides, Total cost around £2500 with stone donated. Grant funded!
A series of 12….
This project was created in partnership with the following organisations: EU Commission's Rural Development Programme: Defra – LEADER : East Peak Innovation Partnership: Kirkburton Parish Council:
The Jubilee milestone at Wall, on the Watling Street, cost around £3800 including installation.
The Wall stone is unveiled.
Street Art – A Pizza The Action.
Also a Waymarker :.
A replica concrete Bradley milestone.
This project cost c £365.
To Worcester Cross.
A new cast-iron fingerpost can cost around £ vat.
A single aluminium arm is c £250.
Think carefully about the location.
For lots of ideas - and best practice Guidance notes! C JHS 2012
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