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The Diocese of Blackburn and the Methodist Circuit commissioned a £5.5 million project to update Trinity Church of England Methodist Primary School in Buckshaw Village, near Chorley Lancashire.
The project was to provide a state of the art outdoor play space with multi-use games area, habitat garden and two junior-sized football pitches for the 200 pupils who attend. The principal architect for both the school buildings and outdoor play spaces was Cassidy + Ashton who worked with CLD Fencing Systems throughout the entire project.
The fencing and gate solutions were installed by a member of the CLD Approved Contractors Scheme (ACS) Network giving the project a 15 year manufacturers guarantee against defects.
The project has gone from strength to strengths since it was commissioned and seen the Pencil Fencing system used on a number of other school projects around the United Kingdom.
From bespoke decorative systems to twin wire rigid mesh fencing systems, the project required a number of different fencing solutions.
Cassidy + Ashton set a brief to create a co-ordinated school fencing design that covered the following areas.
The children love their new school and fencing. We set out to create an inspirational building and play areas which teachers and the community could be proud of. It’s been challenging and it’s so exciting the final results are making a difference to young people’s lives.