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Case Study: Holy Trinity, High Hurstwood

Case Study: Holy Trinity, High Hurstwood

Holy Trinity Church in High Hurstwood have recently taken delivery of 125 lightweight wooden chairs. The high-stacking Jacob chair was selected following extensive testing of several designs.

The competitive price and the built-in book storage were just two of the attractions of this ever popular design. The armchair version also features full-length arms, and is still able to stack. The Jacob chair also met the main criteria, of a lightweight, stackable, unupholstered chair that is economical on storage. In testing, the chair was deemed to be comfortable, as well as appropriate for the church interior, replacing the main body of pews while complimenting the rest of the pews that remain in situ.

Holy Trinity were able to select a medium oak stain at no extra cost.

The dolleys that store the chairs will also stack together when empty. This avoids the eyesore of scattering dolleys around the edge of the room while the chairs are set out.

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The end result means that HT have achieved chairs that are DAC-friendly, look appropriate, feature the right options, yet are easily stacked and moved.