Here you can find copies of the 2009 Arts Trail poster and brochure for you to download to print out, or just to keep!
There is also a small image that you might find useful, to attach to emails, put on a website, etc. if you'd like to let people know that you're in the trail and that they should come along!
These files are PDF documents (unless marked otherwise). The files near the top are edited versions of the files used to print the leaflets (they were printed as a leaflet to be folded). They are smaller and slightly lower quality files, but should be faster to download (they are smaller files) and suitable for printing and viewing on normal A4 paper.
The originals are available (see the lower part of the page), unsullied by editing. However, these are larger files (so may take some time to download), they have printers marks at the edges, are part right way up, part upside down (great for folding!) and may not fit an A4 page so well if you're printing them at home. Please choose what's good for you!
Instructions for using these files are given at the bottom of the page, if needed. All graphic design is by Hannah Broadway and Steve Broadway.
Brochure pages 1-3 of 8, reduced size versions of originals:
(p. 1/8, reduced)
PDF file, 0.55 MB
(p. 2/8, reduced)
PDF file, 0.58 MB
(p. 3/8, reduced)
PDF file, 0.27 MB
Brochure pages 4-6 of 8, reduced size versions of originals:
(p. 4/8, reduced)
PDF file, 0.34 MB
(p. 5/8, reduced)
PDF file, 0.45 MB
(p. 6/8, reduced)
PDF file, 0.45 MB
Brochure pages 7-8 of 8, and Arts Trail poster, reduced size versions of originals:
(p. 7/8, reduced)
PDF file, 0.39 MB
(p. 8/8, reduced)
PDF file, 0.43 MB
(A4, reduced size)
PDF file, 0.83 MB
Arts Trail 2009 poster, small JPEG image - for emailing, websites, etc.
(small JPEG image
for emailing, etc.)
Original brochure and Arts Trail poster *warning - large files!*:
(outer side, original)
PDF file, 6.11 MB
(inner side, original)
PDF file, 5.96 MB
PDF file, 4.18 MB
Select/click on one of the thumbnail images, or the link below it, to open a document (or image). This should show you the PDF (or image) directly in your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.), where you can print it or save it to your computer (via the File, Save menu or similar).
Alternatively, to save the document (or image) directly to your computer (so you can get a copy to keep or so you can open it outside your web browser), right-click the thumbnail or link (or the Ctrl-click alternative if using a Mac, etc.) and choose 'Save Target As', 'Save Link As', 'Save Linked File As', 'Download Linked file' or the equivalent in your web browser, then choose your location to save the PDF file on your computer and click OK.
Most of the files linked to above are PDF documents. If you don't already have one on your computer, you may need a suitable version of Adobe Reader to view the files (also known as Adobe Acrobat). Adobe Reader is available for free from the downloads section of Adobe's website. Other software from Adobe (Photoshop, etc.) and other software producers may also be capable of displaying and/or printing PDFs.