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Hundreds of smart and colourful lockers have been installed in a large primary school by Link Lockers following health and safety concerns about pupils’ belongings.

Hundreds of smart and colourful lockers have been installed in a large primary school by Link Lockers following health and safety concerns about pupils’ belongings.

David How, headteacher at Beaver Road Primary School in Didsbury, Manchester, said that when fire officers on a routine annual inspection raised concerns about coats, scarves and bags creating obstructions in the corridors, he turned to Link Lockers, the UK’s largest manufacturer of lockers and locker accessories, to solve the storage problem.

Space was at a premium at the 1930s school building, so Link Lockers designed half-height, two-door metal lockers for the corridors, plus some three-door lockers for older children – and all were finished in the school colours, blue and yellow.

“Link Lockers were thoroughly professional from start to finish and we had all lockers installed with minimal disruption to our daily routine,” said Mr How. “We are all delighted with the end result, which has been a sound investment to minimise a key health and safety concern.”

The school was also able to take advantage of Link Lockers’ leasing option.




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