Unlike some of the lighter all wooden furniture on the market, which is aimed primarily at the
non-municipal sector, our products are hard wearing and maintainable.
Disabled access is an increasingly important
consideration when specifying picnic
furniture, so our range has been expanded to
accommodate this issue.
Provision can be made either in an open and
obvious way or covertly, depending on the
nature of the location. Products with a
disabled access provision have a DA suffix.
Styled to match our seats and bins, they are
available in various types, to suit different
environments, and most seat six to eight
Picnic units (which have integral seats and
tables) are all supplied in pedestal base form
as standard (to bolt down), and can be
supplied with galvanised ground fixing
extensions to concrete them in if required.
The ground fixing extensions are attached by
stainless steel coach bolts to prevent them
being tampered with. Picnic sets (which have
the seats and tables as separate units) are
supplied with extended legs (for concreting
in), as standard.