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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 […]

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 […]

Take A Peak Inside Our Derbyshire Showroom – Video

TDP Recycled Products Showroom

If you live in or are visiting the beautiful Derbyshire countryside, why not plan a visit to our showroom to look at our amazing outdoor benches, dining sets, planters and picnic tables. Made from recycled plastic waste, you will not believe it isn’t really wood. No maintenance, robust and lasts much longer than more traditional […]

Watch our new Recycled plastic planter video

Matlock recycled plastic planter with seat

When Matlock town council needed to replace some old and damaged planters in the town centre, TDP set about creating a bespoke product that utilised recycled plastic materials, creating a long lasting, low maintenance and weather proof alternative. We made a short video talking about the design process, you can watch it below; Like what […]

Recycled Planters for Matlock

TDP Matlock Planter

Matlock Town Council in Derbyshire dress the pavements in Derwent Way with very large planters that are always full of the most amazing blooms all year round. The old planters were made from timber and inevitably had rotted over time so needed replacing. Jamie Brocklehurst, a member of the outdoor spaces team at Matlock Council […]

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