Year: 2015

To Scale frame gifted to Ashley Jackson on his 75th birthday

  Here is Ashley Jackson at the Technical studios,the University of Huddersfield, School of Computing and Engineering being presented with a scaled down version of the Frame that is now installed in five unique locations across Yorkshire. The plaque in

Holme Moss under the spot light

Special thanks to Paul Jackson past editor of the Dalesman magazine and someone I am proud to call a friend, for his write up on the landscape around the Holme Valley and his fantastic photograph of the frame at Holme

Roseberry Topping is unveiled

Fantastic day as frame is installed at Newton Wood , framing the iconic Roseberry Topping. We were blessed with a dry day for the installation allowing us to get a clear view of the landscape through the frame, no rain,

Watch the inscription of the frame sponsored by Grand Central Rail

Ever wondered how the frames are constructed? Take a look at the video below to see how the CAD programme from the University of Huddersfield Engineers is used by the machine at Sanderson Precision to create the words and logos

Spectacular view from Holme Moss

 What a view , you could call it an artist’s palete of colours, the rich tapestry of the landscape sits well in the frame at Holme Moss. The image has kindly been provided by Andy Leader  

Inscription plans for Grand Central Rail logo

Before anything can be constructed, a scaled draft is primarily created to show up any problems in the construction and secondly so that future problems do not occur in the full sized version. Below are photographs of the inscription process,

Framing the Landscape enters a new dimension – Appy Valley

Today with the launch of the fourth frame at Holme Moss we are pleased to launch an App that will allow you to view the frame locations, listen to the habitat and also see and hear the artist Ashley Jackson

Installation at Holme Moss, Peak District National Park above Holmfirth

From x marks the spot,to installation the frame on Holme Moss stands proudly beside the towering transmitter. Not wishing to spoil anyone’s view I have purposely placed images of the frame and not the landscape the apperture frames. It is

Whose responsibility is our rubbish ….

The clue is in the sentence ….’ours’. If we take food and drink on a walk it is our responsibilty to collect it, bag it and take it home. The landscape is for us all to enjoy, but sadly not

First Frame celebrates its first birthday – 14th April 2015

Congratulations, Happy Birthday to us!!! Today is officially the first birthday of the first installed frame @MarsenmoorNT and I could not be more proud. The frame has changed with each season until it has now reached the warm earthy tones