We were contacted by the Eccleshall Rotary Club last month to see whether we could offer a solution to boundary problems at Eccleshall Library.
At the back of the library was an open area that was inviting for children to play in but wasn’t fenced off, meaning it was very easy for children to run off if they weren’t being watched like a hawk.
We advised that the palisade timber fencing would be the best solution for the job as it offers an attractive style and is a great way to contain an area without ruining the look. The thin spacing between the boards stops little hands getting trapped without giving the feeling of being completely closed in.
The panel is made with fully pressure treated timber and is treated to protect against rot and other decay. Because of the quality of the product the fence won’t need to be replaced for many many years.
We agreed to donate the fencing run required along with a gate and all fixings to the library and it is now in place creating a great new environment for the children of Eccleshall.