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New school canopy at Lower Heath CE Primary School in Whitchurch

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New school canopy at Lower Heath CE Primary School in Whitchurch
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  • Product

    Motiva Linear

  • Size

    9200mm x 6000mm

  • Colours

    Steel – Green (RAL 6005) Roofing – Daffodil

Project Details

Lower Heath CE Primary School and Nursery in Shropshire had a lovely playground and the need for more covered space for their children. When they approached A&S Landscape to offer some ideas for canopies we knew that we could help.

With more than 40 years’ experience in adding school shelters to schools across the UK, A&S Landscape’s wide range of canopy solutions was sure to have the right product for the area. The space was large and allowed a structure which measured 9200mm x 6000mm to be installed. The Motiva Linear range was chosen for Lower Heath CE Primary School. With steel posts and polycarbonate roofing, the canopy will last for many years to come, providing shade and shelter for many children as they move through this lovely school.

The roofing is a nice bright addition in Daffodil polycarbonate. Even on a dull day, this lovely bright choice adds a feeling of ‘Springtime’ to the area. Almost like a classroom extension but without being a permanent structure which would require planning permission. A great result, thank you for choosing A&S Landscape.


There are many different designs available, all in high quality materials. These range from Shade Sails, Umbrellas and Tepees, to straight or curved roof steel canopies. A&S Landscape have a range which is sure to offer you something special. Feel free to look through our gallery, which has more than 1500 images to inspire you.

Review

Dear Sirs

The project has been managed brilliantly and has run smoothly. The onsite team have worked in close proximity to children and have taken full account of their health and safety. We have received excellent communication throughout”.

Deborah Sadler - Headteacher​

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