Sadolin was the star of the small screen this month thanks to a school renovation project organised by ITV's This Morning.


Gardener Danny Clarke was tasked with creating a new science garden for St Georges CE Primary School in Bromley, Kent, in time for the new term, and the programme turned to Sadolin to help create a colourful outdoor space.


Orpington Crown Decorating Centre donated 12 litres of woodstain in purple, light blue, pink, orange, yellow and white to help transform the school's drab outdoor space into a colourful educational environment that will allow the Bromley school's pupils to learn whilst spending more time outdoors.


Danny Clarke and a team of volunteers organised by This Morning used Sadolin to paint the garden's multi-coloured picket fence, the timber used for the garden's raised beds, and even recycled tyres that the team used to create planters.


Sadolin Superdec is durable and highly-pigmented, and thanks to the Crown Decorating Centre's tinting service, the garden designers were able to select from over 300 colour options to choose something that would make a mark at the school for years to come.


Commenting on the donation, Josie Cawdry, corporate communications executive for Crown Paints, said: "We were delighted to be involved in this wonderful project - when This Morning's producers approached us about the donation, we jumped at the chance to help out the school.


"At Crown Paints, we're advocates of the power of colour to transform places, and this project was a great example of how using bright colours can create a stimulating educational space that the children can feel very proud of."


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