Empty paint containers have provided a colorful sensory display on BBC Garden Rescue.

The BBC Radio Garden Rescue team were in Aylesbury, who made over the small back garden to provide a space for entertainment and relaxation, for their daughters with autism. Once of the main features of the garden included a feature using empty paint cans, provided by Community RePaint East Berkshire.

You can watch the full episode here.

Drilling paint containers onto wooden boardBoard covered in paint empty paint containers in a range of colours. garden recordation and painting of garden shed
The Green Machine, who run Community RePaint East Berkshire, collect over 50,000 litres of paint a year. The majority of their paint comes from local recycling centres where they collect paint which has been dropped off by local residents. Their paint is available to individuals and groups for £1-£2 per litre. Due to the large volumes of paint they receive there is a large variety of colours and types available. If you need paint you can call in to the scheme during their opening hours.

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