St Andrew’s, Epworth, North Lincolnshire, is best known for the fact that Samuel Wesley was Rector from 1695 to 1735 and his sons John and Charles were born and brought up in Epworth. The birthplace of Methodism now boasts an Info-Point too.
It needed a solution that balanced the needs of pilgrim tourists and the local communion. Positioned securely inside the church, the Info-Point provides personal video tours (accessible both inside and outside) even when the church is closed or holding a service, minimising disruption to anyone inside.
Info Point was the ideal solution for us, and a very cost-effective way of delivering unobtrusive multi-media throughout the church and grounds via smartphones and/or tablets.Alan Randall, Interpretation Consultant
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