Lollard Street Adventure Playground, Kennington, London, has provided an exciting play space for all children aged 6-16 since 1955!
Lollard Street Adventure Playground was built on a derelict bomb site after WWII. The purpose of the space is to support and enrich children’s self-directed play. The playground includes large wooden play structures, scrap materials, sports pitches, a nature garden and even a boat! Children are encouraged to play imaginatively, building resilience, creativity, inclusivity and a sense of fun and adventure.
Over the Covid-19 lockdown, there was a long break due to the restrictions, which meant that the playground was in need of a rejuvenation.
As a child-centred playground, it seemed fitting that local children were part of the redecoration. “The children got very involved with the painting, which can be seen by all of the splats and slightly chaotic designs!”
The bright colours are eye-catching and without doubt bring life back to the playground, preparing it for it’s next 65 years of creative play!
General manger Jack Shear, was delighted with the ReColour Paint. He says; “We had a really positive experience with ReColour in every aspect. Marcus was incredibly helpful in getting us the right paint and the right colours and we were very happy with the range of colours that arrived and their affordable price. It saved us a lot of money […] We will definitely be using ReColour again in the future.”
ReColour paint is our remanufactured paint, created from surplus paint from the paint industry that is deemed waste. Using innovative technology, we are able to take leftover paints, filter, treat and blend them to create a range of high-quality interior emulsion, exterior masonry and chalk furniture paint in large quantities of affordable paint.