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Hi curry craver we do have large presentation boards but these are very heavy to move and are kept on a stage as we are a packaway setting. However i have just purchased 3 presentation boards from A to Z supplies at a cost of £25.00 approx. These can be used on a table top or book area.

Will let you know once we get to use them whether they are a good investment.

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We got a product called 'Sundeala' which is a very good boarding for display and not too expensive. Came in sheets of ? 8' x 10' and got supplier ( a local wood merchant) to cut to sizes I needed. Attached to wall with screws using little collars and painted with emulsion (it's grey as made from recycled newsprint).

Google it and you'll get manufacturers website.

korkycat

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We got a product called 'Sundeala' which is a very good boarding for display and not too expensive. Came in sheets of ? 8' x 10' and got supplier ( a local wood merchant) to cut to sizes I needed. Attached to wall with screws using little collars and painted with emulsion (it's grey as made from recycled newsprint).

Google it and you'll get manufacturers website.

korkycat

Thank you very much for the ideas. Korkycat what do you use to secure he paper to the boards. I don't want to use pins as I am concerned that they might fall out and into the feet of the children.

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