ReColour paint has been used by Westbury Arts Centre in Milton Keynes.

The Westbury Arts Centre is located within a Grade II listed 17th Century farmhouse building, where they provide both permanent and temporary studio spaces. The venue also has rooms and exhibition spaces available for hire. The arts centre deliver an events programme throughout the year for the public to come and enjoy exhibitions and events, and get involved in a range of creative workshops.

Westbury Art Centre interior

The arts centre got in touch with Community RePaint to purchase affordable, ReColour remanufactured paint. Using innovative technology, our two remanufacture centres are able to take leftover paints, filter, treat and blend them to create a range of high-quality emulsions, masonry and chalk furniture paint in large quantities.

Community RePaint Cambridgeshire, which is home to one of the network’s remanufacture centres, supplied the arts centre with 100 litres of Brilliant White emulsion paint. The Westbury Arts Centre used this paint as a backdrop for their recent art gallery exhibition.

Hilary Grayson from the arts centre said the “paint made our old barn look positively glowing … a brilliant product and we were very pleased with it. We will definitely use your product again.”

We’re delighted to have been given the opportunity to provide affordable paint to the Westbury Arts Centre and prevent leftover paint from going to waste.

If you have a community space, school, sports centre or religious building you’d like to decorate, read more about our ReColour paint and place an order today, starting at just Β£1 a litre!

 

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