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Belstone Football Club in Radlett spruced up thanks to Dulux paint donation
A football club has been given a makeover thanks to a donation from a paint company.
Belstone Football Club in Watling Street in Radlett has been redecorated as part of Dulux’s Let’s Colour Project.
A team of volunteers gave up two days of their time to redecorate the walls, using yellow and orange paints donated by Dulux Decorator Centres in St Albans.
Founded 30 years ago, the club had not received a new coat of paint in ten years until committee member Glynne Cherrington nominated it for a revamp.
Mr Cherrington said: “We are extremely grateful to Dulux Decorator Centres for the generous paint donation. The clubhouse was looking so tired after a decade without decoration and the makeover was well overdue.
“The new look has improved the image of the club and hopefully will encourage even more football players to come down and make the most of the facilities.”
Launched last year, the Let's Colour project, which is designed to brighten up grey spaces, will be donating over 60,000 litres of paint to neighbourhood spaces across the UK.
The store manager of the St Albans Dulux Mark Wallace said: “Belstone Football Club is looking great after its makeover and it’s good to hear that members are pleased with its new look. We hope that the club continues to be enjoyed for many more years to come.”
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