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Finding the right words to show your love for somebody who is deceased, and commemorating them in an honourable way, can be difficult. Memorial plaques are a unique method of expressing your love for the deceased in a sensitive and special way. Memorial plaques can be created in a variety of long lasting durable materials so your dedication and love […]
Blue plaques have been a part of English tourism and heritage for over 100 years providing tourists and the public with important information about significant people who have lived in a particular location. These special plaques create a link between the location they’re placed and the person they’re commemorating. They include information such as name, birth and death date, occupation/service, […]
From humble beginnings, Photocast has grown and grown, becoming more unique and creative with our products. Our metal casting work began with producing etched and painted plaques and we have now expanded our list of products into interpretation panels, braille and tactile signage, mounts and noticeboards and cast bronze plaques. Having a rich history and heritage makes us a reliable […]
Whatever your story, tell it through Photocast’s beautiful and creative plaques, signs and dedications… We have worked with many big organisations and companies who have came to us, the leading signage company in Liverpool, such as The National Trust, English Heritage, Scottish Highlands Trust, UNESCO and many other companies such as hotels, football clubs and events such as The Olympics! […]
Photocast are becoming more and more established in its industry thanks to the projects that we have been commissioned for. Our latest project was an honour for Photocast as it was part of a celebration of Her Majesty’s 90th birthday celebrations. Photocast were part of the Canadian Commonwealth Walkway project with our creation of the braille and tactile signs and […]