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Aberdeen specialist school receives Crown Paints bench

  • 9 Nov 2017

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Crown Paints have given a recycled bench to an Aberdeen-based specialist school.

Students at Orchard Brae School were presented with the bench, which comprises of recycled paint containers, to symbolise the ongoing work between Crown Paints and Aberdeen City Council.

Orchard Brae School caters for children affected by severe and complex needs.

Caroline Stirton, Executive Head Teacher, said: “We’re really impressed with our new bench and it provides the ideal spot for the children to relax.”

For news of Crown Paints donating a bench made from recycled paint containers to a sheltered housing scheme in Wales, click this link: http://www.buildingtalk.com/generous-crown-paints-donate-bench-to-sheltered-housing-scheme/

 

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