PEOPLE visiting the British Consulate in Alicante will enjoy a renovated look featuring images that showcase scenes from the UK regions.
The photographs and messages have been selected from the GREAT campaign as well as the new “I Travel For” Visit Britain campaign. Most of the images chosen are UK outdoors scenes, and the Consulate took a particular interest in featuring parts of the UK their customers most frequently come from.
Visitors will be greeted by Llanddwyn Island Lighthouse and Henrhyd Waterfall as they come in. Once in the waiting room, the Bristol Balloon Festival, a night scene of Edinburgh and a view of the Lake District have replaced extra notice boards.
Other UK scenes have been distributed in meeting rooms and other non-public areas of the Consulate.
British Consul Sarah-Jane Morris said: “We have upgraded the look of the Consulate with our customers in mind, to help them to feel more at home and reduce the stress that a lost or stolen passport can cause.
“Our consular team in Alicante are available to assist any customers who need our help, and we hope they will enjoy the new images displayed around the public areas.”
For further advice for UK citizens living in the EU, log on to the website at www.gov.uk/guidance/advice-for-british-nationals-travelling-and-living-in-europe