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Sustainable-Furniture (UK) Ltd

Traditional picnic bench




Our Douglas-fir picnic benches are manufactured from British-grown timber and processed in the most environmentally friendly methods available. All the logs are from Devon and Cornwall FSC certified woodlands and are processed at a sawmill near Truro. The finished picnic bench is treated with wood preservative, under controlled conditions by vacuum pressure technology using the latest environmentally safe "Tanalith E" from Arch Timber Protection. The bench requires no maintenance and can be left outside all year round.


• Available in 4' (120cm) – £195; 5' (150cm) – £240; 6' (180cm) – £270
• Suitable for commercial use (including schools)
• Rounded edges and extremely smooth finish
• Heavy and extremely strong bench
• Some assembly necessary
• Please contact regarding delivery costs

For further information about this product or to place an order, please send an enquiry.


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