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Project of the Month – June 2020

Trade Decorator Project of the Month June 2020 winner - Hankinson Whittle. Since 1976 Adventure Island has been the South East’s premier attraction. Situated in Southend On Sea, originally a sunken garden, the site was purchased by the current owners; the Miller family and redeveloped to what has now become a family theme park for all ages, with both indoor & outdoor activities & rides. So, when in 2019 the Millers invested in a new ride; Axis it was clear that due to the locality some of the older rides needed a refresh.

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Project of the Month – May 2020

Trade Decorator Project of the Month - May 2020 Winner - Steve The Painter. The Churchill Room is situated on the lower Centre Curtain Corridor in the House of Commons. The building was originally designed in 1898 by John McKean Brydon and completed by Sir Henry Tanner. Winston Churchill had a suite of offices on site during World War II and made his VE Day speech from the balcony of what’s now called the Churchill Room.  The site was listed as Grade II in 1970. 

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Project of the Month – April 2020

Trade Decorator Project of the Month April 2020 winner - This beautiful 1980s converted council farmhouse was purchased in 2017 and extended using reclaimed beams and bricks. Anastasia Widdowson of Painting & Decorating by Anastasia was approached by the customer at the school gate to see if she would be interested in pricing the job. At this point it was still a shell of a building with no finished ceilings or walls.

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Project of the Month – March 2020

Think of Elland Road and you think football! To some it’s the home of football but here is a new kid on the block, which is Planet Ice, home of the Leeds chief’s ice hockey club.

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Project of the Month – February 2020

Project of the Month - February 2020. Holmwood House is a family home like no other in Glasgow.  Located in the Southside of the city, on Netherlee Rd, it’s masterfully designed, with grand imagination behind it. Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson designed the house for paper magnate at the time, Mr & Mrs James Couper in 1857–8, and it’s widely regarded as this Scottish architect’s finest domestic creation. His stunning design legacy impresses at every turn.

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