Trentham Monkey Forest
Situated in an ancient Staffordshire forest within Stoke-on-Trent; Trentham Monkey Forest is home to 140 free-ranging Barbary macaques. Visitors walk along the 3/4 of a mile pathway. Walk, watch and be AMAZED as the endangered monkeys live as they would in the wild.
This unique idea first started back in 1969 when their first park was opened in France. Due to the success of the park in France, a second park was opened in Rocamadour, also in France. Later a third park opened in Germany in 1976.
In 2004 two groups of Barbary macaques from the existing parks were re-homed in Trentham, and the park opened to the public in July 2005.
Trentham Monkey Forest Washroom Refurbishment
Axent where proud to carry out the renovation of male and female washrooms and an accessible disabled toilet cubicle. Axent utilised its Omnia cubicles range in the material Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC), the IPS material was Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) faced with antimicrobial wall cladding and the urinal IPS was made in Compact Grade Laminate (CGL).
The staffs choice of modern sanitary ware and bright colours has created a new and inviting washroom for all genders and ages. The washroom utilises grape wall cladding panels combined with white cubicle partitions alongside dark grey vanity units boasting a clean and sleek aesthetic.
Finally a vinyl print wall graphic was added to the wall, they are a great way to add high quality custom imagery to any washroom project for an affordable price.
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