Spanish steps taken by Grimsby-area play specialist
9th July 2018
FURTHER Spanish steps are being taken by Grimsby-area play specialist Newby Leisure Ltd, after The English Montessori School in Madrid came calling after The British School of Barcelona.
The company is developing outdoor education environments, and now building on European partnerships forged.
Neil Newby, director of the Wilton Road Industrial Estate firm, said: “As a company we have been overwhelmed with the response from teachers and school staff at The British School of Barcelona and beyond. The feedback from the playground design installed last year has been fantastic and no doubt led the Cognita Schools Partnership to look highly upon us for further outdoor learning environments across the world.
“Being offered the opportunity to go back out to Spain to work at The English Montessori School, Madrid is just great news.
“It offers a whole array of benefits for local business in terms of trade opportunity and allows Newby Leisure once again the chance to express our unique style of outdoor education schemes into Europe. Outdoor education is the heartbeat of the business so we’re really pleased schools think highly of the natural play schemes we create.”
The last few years have shown increased growth for Newby Leisure and with many plans in the pipeline the company are looking further forward into the future. A brand new website was a necessity for the company, with e-commerce facility allowing customers to buy their favourite timber play resources online quicker, book playground redevelopment visits, search recent installation projects and keep up to date with an education-focused blog.
Sales and marketing manager Ashley Spink said: “Recent years have been very exciting for Newby Leisure. The experience of all staff has allowed the business to bond and make us more efficient as a workforce. Ultimately, this has resulted in great end user feedback. To maintain this level of success, we have invested in a new website to help our customer needs further. It will take the business further forward and save time for teachers and the general public when accessing the site. I’m very proud of what we have created.”
News Courtesy: www.humberbusiness.com