We are delighted to welcome another new educational tray into the Gratnells tray family. The brand new Cubby Tray (the J2) is a mini version of our F2 Deep Tray.
It’s ideal for both classroom and cloakroom use and will be particularly suitable for Early Years environments. Children can have their own personal storage tray for outdoor shoes or other items. And the Cubby tray can be easily cleaned and moved around, even by younger children.
The Cubby tray can be fitted into wooden furniture either on shelves, or with our new P3 plastic runner (which is a shorter version of our standard P5 runner which is widely used by wooden furniture manufacturers. It’s currently available in five colours – flame red, grass green, sunshine yellow, royal blue and translucent.
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Gratnells trays are found in all kinds of remote places. But perhaps none so obscure as a shed in the middle of a wood, located somewhere deep in the heart of Cambridgeshire.
Anglesey Abbey, run by the National Trust, is a former 13th-century Augustinian priory in the tiny village of Lode. It’s set in 114 acres of glorious flowered gardens, shaped by avenues of trees ranging from Himalayan silver birches to the bright white Betula ‘Jaquemontii’ trees.
But take a detour and the straight lines of the borders and the perfectly cropped bushes and beautiful herbaceous border disappear as the wooded Wildlife Discovery Area emerges. And there, amongst the hides and dens you’ll spot what looks like a large garden shed. Only this one is kitted out as a children’s activity centre, where they can draw and paint the wildlife they can see around them.
Of course, all the materials and equipment – pens, pencils and lots of paper – need to be stored somewhere. And they are. Sitting in the corner of the shed is a set of Gratnells trays, looking in great condition – which can’t be said for the wooden furniture unit they sit in.
You can find out more about Anglesey Abbey here