APi Communications were asked to supply the digital signage displays for completion of a £1.32m project developing a key area of a Dorset seafront which will benefit the whole town, says the council.
The new Marine Beach Shelters in Lyme Regis is a mix of shelters, shops, performance and community space.
Vickie Stickler, from Lyme Regis Town Council, said: "It's transformed an underused space into an asset and we hope it will encourage visitors into the town. Many only come to the beach."
The shelters opened on Saturday July 9th 2011.
API Communications supplied and installed projectors and LCD displays to equip the tourist information shelter with a comprehensive display detailing the town's history, archeology and architecture. Ms Stickler who helped organise the opening day's events, said: "People are very excited here about the opening. It's putting something at the heart of the seafront and is one of the biggest building projects the town has seen in years."
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