Leading artificial lawn supplier, LazyLawn, has once again brought summer to Bath by rolling out three lawns at Southgate Place and Brunel Square.
In a recurring project over a number of years, LazyLawn have installed Wonder Yarn 26mm at the popular shopping areas as part of a larger summer installation. Two installations of the artificial grass are at Southgate Place, with a further installation in Brunel Square.
Visitors to the summer installation will also be able to enjoy Union Jack bunting, wooden toys, a Union Jack tipee, deck chairs and picket fencing, traditional telephone boxes each with their own theme and a book box for those sunny afternoon reading sessions. Following the great British summer theme, Pimms and strawberries and cream will be handed out on specific dates throughout the summer, between Saturday 23rd July and Saturday 27th August.
Kirsty Whiting, Marketing Manager at Broadgate Estates Ltd which manages Southgate Place and Brunel Square, said: “The lawns at Brunel Square and Southgate Place are so popular, with people asking year in year out when the summer lawns will return. LazyLawn always provide high quality grass on time and on brief.”
Lee Giles from the LazyLawn Bath team said: “This is a great project to get involved with each year. Our Wonder Yarn product continues to be popular and with the help of all the props, it transforms the shopping area giving a summery and very British vibe perfect for all the family to relax in and soak up the sun, play games or take a break from shopping.”
LazyLawn is a low maintenance and a no mess alternative to a natural lawn and has already gained a number of well-known fans, including Amanda Holden and Alan Titchmarsh, and features once again in this years Big Brother garden.
LazyLawn is also popular with schools, nurseries, home owners and businesses looking to reap the rewards of its low maintenance turf. For more information call 0800 023 2343