Signs will help showcase the city’s top attractions

The Lord mayor of Portsmouth, Cllr Lynne Stagg, unveils one of the new sighns

The Lord mayor of Portsmouth, Cllr Lynne Stagg, unveils one of the new sighns

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THE first of a number of new signposts aimed at helping visitors find their way around Portsmouth has been unveiled.

The totem map, which has been installed in Guildhall Square, is one of 61 new posts being put in place to point people towards visitor attractions and important areas.

The project has been funded by the Department for Transport.

The post was unveiled by the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, Councillor Lynne Stagg, said: ‘The new signs are fantastic.

‘Each totem is clear, bright, and well-designed, with useful information.

‘It is an excellent addition to our streets, a bonus for residents and visitors alike.’

The rest of the signs are expected to be completed by the end of the month.

They will appear in places around the city which are currently marked with stones in the ground with the wording ‘new mapping coming soon’.

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