8 Jul 2014 . I opted for a renovation once I determined that the cast iron framework of the bench was in good condition and it really just needed a cleaning and slat replacement. Another factor in giving the bench a new lease on life was that the decorative back had a nice flower pattern that fit in well with the flowers and.
We have therefore developed a policy of repair and refurbishment only for any existing commemorative benches but with the possibility of adoption and replacement of non-commemorative benches. We decided to encourage adoption wherever possible in preference to new commemorative benches being installed in the.
Cast iron bench ends,(3 - one in middle) What timber to use for "slats" for low/no maintenance? I envisage finished bench being 8ft long, so what size timbers should I use? TIA Jim K Oak - oak - oh did I mention Oak . :) - it's strong, doesn't rot easily,