Sadolin Superdec restores play train ready to be scrapped

  • 24 Nov 2014

 

The product ensures that the train will withstand bad weather conditions

Community Investment Manager, Neal Allison, from construction company Osborne rescued the train, which was due to be dismantled and thrown away before it was given to Frederic Street Pre-School in Walthamstow Forest.

PHS Contractors helped to give a new leash of life to the train, which was finished in Sadolin Superdec to create a bright exterior that is protected from bad weather conditions during the year.

Neal said: “The play train was going to be skipped as it was in a poor state, but we thought it might be ideal for the children at Frederic Street. It was a real team effort, with people from all four companies coming together to provide these children with some fantastic play equipment.”

Sadolin,
Crown Paints,
Crown House,
Hollins Road,
Darwen,
Lancashire,
BB3 OBG,
United Kingdom

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