Youngsters at a school in Hull have been enjoying their new artificial grass playing field from LazyLawn, where they recently got to meet the company’s mascot.
The UK’s biggest artificial grass brand rolled out 400 square metres of turf at Marfleet Primary School in East Riding, as well as 60 tonnes of block paving, revitalising its outdoor play area.
A raised mound known by the school children as ‘Teletubby Hill’ was also turfed as part of the work, and is now a popular place at playtime. The LazyLawn mascot, Lazy Larry, visited the school recently to inspect the work, and met with the children at the foot of the hill.
Sue Walker, Business Manager of Marfleet Primary, said,
“LazyLawn has transformed the school’s outdoor area and playtimes in general. The children can relax and play outdoors without the hassle of grass or mud stained clothes, and the whole area looks lush.”
LazyLawn artificial grass is proving popular with nurseries, preschools and schools across the country, after transforming hundreds of outdoor play areas over the last few years.
David Lowe, the local LazyLawn licensee who installed the new lawn, said,
“Marfleet Primary was a big job, and we’re very proud of the way the lawn looks now it’s finished. Larry and I really enjoyed our visit, and we had some excellent feedback from the children and staff.We think their new LazyLawn will offer the school many benefits, as it is low maintenance, mess-free and is suitable for those with hay fever, making it ideal for use all year round.”