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Conwy Castle stands on the north coast of Wales. It was built between 1283 and 1289 during King Edward I's second campaign in North Wales. Its ruins are spectacular and attract tourists from far and wide. As a historic site, they wanted to incorporate an emblem into their main entrance area which would promote that fact that they are a Welsh Heritage site.
They contacted SureSet to recreate an emblem for them in resin bound permeable paving. They came up with a design and sent it to us to recreate. From their design, we created an MDF stencil with 6mm maple chosen for the surround and 6mm midnight black for the emblem itself.
The work was completed to a flawless finish by our approved installers Pebbo even though they were plagued by rain. Conwy Castle are said to be overjoyed with the results and feel that it now gives the site the heritage badge that it so badly needed.
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