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Ullesthorpe CofE Primary School in Ullesthorpe enjoy new school canopy

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Ullesthorpe CofE Primary School in Ullesthorpe enjoy new school canopy
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  • Product

    Motiva Linear

  • Size

    6000mm x 6000mm

  • Colours

    Steel – Marine Blue (RAL 5002) Roof – Mint

Project Details

Ullesthorpe CofE Primary School say it best themselves “We endeavour to provide our children with a broad range of learning opportunities throughout their time with us. Class based activities are enhanced through the use of stimulating resources, our spacious outdoor environment, excursions to well chosen destinations and residential visits.”

A&S Landscape were pleased to work with the school to add a new covered area to the playground. Outside one of the classrooms there was a space which was just crying out for some shade and shelter. A&S Landscape have more than 40 years’ experience and were very pleased to help.

Working closely with the school we discussed designs and settled on the Linear canopy from our Motiva range. With polycarbonate roofing and steel posts, the canopy was built at 6000mm x 6000mm.

What a lovely addition this is to the campus. The children can now take classes outside or just play and enjoy the space at break times. No more worrying about what the British weather has planned. What a relief that is!

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.


Dear Sirs

"The lads have worked fast, very good team work. They took time to make sure the site was clean and tidy would recommend - thank-you."

"Service was brilliant, the school are very happy and we will be using you again in the future."

Mr Kevin Dowell Leicestershire County Council

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