Yeoman Shield solves wall protection puzzle for Bleasdale School

Yeoman Shield recently supplied and installed their Imagery wall protection panels – panels incorporating images, shapes and signage – to corridors in the residential block of Bleasdale School, Silverdale Lancashire.

Bleasdale School caters for both day and residential pupils aged 2 to 9 years old with profound and multiple learning difficulties.

Val Tomlinson, the School’s Bursar explained:

“The corridors of the residential building, a house dating back to 1910 which has been adapted to contain bedrooms, dining room and also the hydrotherapy pool were in desperate need of brightening up. We not only wanted to protect the walls from future damage, but to cover up the unsightly marking and damage that was already there.”

After liaising with Yeoman Shield’s Area Sales Manager, Russell Smith and taking a look at the portfolio of other school projects undertaken by Yeoman Shield, the school chose the Jigsaw Pattern with a HessianEx textured finish for the bedroom corridor in shades of green.

“The vibrant colours and the textured finish is an added sensory benefit for our residents who use these corridors.” Continued Mrs Tomlinson.

Yeoman Shield’s Imagery was also selected for the corridors leading to the hydrotherapy pool, this time in a wave design in Dark Blue, Regatta and Powder Blue with matching corner protection angles.

“The wave pattern seemed an appropriate choice for the pool corridor. This narrow busy passage is subject to a lot of knocks and bumps, the vibrant wall protection will keep the corridor looking bright and smart well into the future resulting in a substantial saving in our redecoration costs.”

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