JC Gardens & Climbing Frames Ltd

JC Gardens & Climbing Frames Ltd

 JC Gardens & Climbing Frames is an independent company based in Battersea, south London specialising in the design and construction of bespoke wooden climbing frames and play areas for children.

Each climbing frame is custom made to order by hand using the finest British sustainable timbers, then carefully erected on site by our highly skilled and dedicated team.

Head designer and founder of the company Julian Cochrane also combines his passion for plants with his design work, having spent many years working in garden design and exhibiting regularly at prestigious events such as the Chelsea Flower Show which have won him several awards over the years for his designs. With Julian's wealth of experience and creative flair, JC Gardens can transform even the smallest of garden spaces into an exciting, innovative and magical adventure play area. 

Business addresses

  • 504, Platts Eyot TW12 2HF London

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Transport

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  • Carbon offset deliveries
  • Easy to get to business by public transport
  • Low carbon deliveries
  • Bicycle parking onsite

Ingredients and materials

We ask our businesses to adhere to the Blue Patch criteria which outlines traceability and ethical sourcing. Please contact the business concerned if you have any specific enquiries.

  • Product traceability
  • Sustainable timber

Packaging

Help reduce landfill and reduce dependance on virgin packaging materials.

  • 100% Recycled packaging
  • 100% Biodegradable packaging
  • Packaging sized appropriately to minimise waste

The work environment

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  • Workplace energy procedures (eg switching off PCs and lights)
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