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Historic Bakewell Welcomes New Furniture

Engraved Riber Bench in Bakewell

Bakewell is a small market town and civil parish in the Derbyshire Dales. Famous for the well known for the local confection Bakewell pudding. In 2017 the Bakewell branch of the Royal British Legion and a team of volunteers worked hard to restore the Memorial Gardens to make it a real community place to visit again. In the 100th year anniversary of… Read More?

Brother UK take delivery of their new picnic tables

Brother UK, based in Manchester, have taken delivery of their new picnic tables this week and wanted to share with us the before and after shots. What a difference! The TDP picnic tables are our popular Springbank, available in brown or black in two sizes. These can also be modified with extended table tops for wheelchair… Read More?

Childrens Picnic Tables for Kathmandu

Picnic Tables in Kathmandu

Back in May this year, TDP were proud to ship 6 of our childrens Macaw picnic tables to the British Army in Kathmandu, Nepal. The shipment arrived safely but during the monsoon season, so they were not put into use until this week. Steve Priest has been very kind and sent us pictures of the… Read More?

New Outdoor Space for Wirksworth School

Recycled plastic fencing in bright colour

TDP Recycled Plastic Profiles           Picket Fencing – Infant School – Derbyshire Profiles Used 90mm x 38mm Green Pale 100mm x 20mm Brown Rail 70mm x 70 mm Brown Post The requirement was for a maintenance free fence that was strong and safe enough to withstand boisterous children, but also one that would blend into the… Read More?

New Picnic Tables for Public House

Black reycled plastic Springbank picnic tables

TDP recycled Plastic Picnic Tables The White Swan – Ashbourne – Derbyshire              The White Swan public house wanted to replace their wooden picnic tables outside as they had become rotten and were both an eyesore and a hazard. Following a major refurbishment Stella Critchlow, the owner of the public house, now wanted to source suitable… Read More?