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Female changing


provision at Titanic Mill


Craſt sman and Garran Lockers A formidable partnership


Craſt sman Lockers has a generation’s experience in designing, manufacturing and fi tting great changing rooms that match provision with customer expectations and patterns of use.


Get it right fi rst time Great changing rooms are at the heart of customer satisfaction


Garran Lockers, the UK’s fastest growing locker manufacturer, has over 50 years experience designing and manufacturing top quality steel lockers for the working environment, emergency services, education and leisure markets.


Investing in the future


Designing the right combination of lockers and ancillary furniture ensures your changing rooms deliver exceptional value for money.


• Get it wrong and your members have to live with the consequences for many years to come.


• Your changing rooms provide two opportunities to retain and attract members.


• T at’s why more operators partner with Craſt sman to help design changing rooms to fully meet the expectations of all who use them.


To draw on the Craſt sman experience in helping design changing rooms that work:


Call: 01480 405396 Email: johng@cqlockers.co.uk Web: www.cqlockers.co.uk Alington Road, Little Barford, St. Neots, Cambs PE19 6WE


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