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Sunday, June 23, 2024

Preston company locker up Gulliver’s World

CS Storage, a Preston based leader in the provision of lockers, metal cabinets and associated furniture specialist lockers, is delighted to have recently delivered its latest products to Gulliver’s World Warrington theme park.

The revenue-sharing lockers will be used by the attraction’s guests as a safe way to store their belongings. Opened in 1989, the kids focused theme park features an array of rollercoasters and themed zones.

Stuart Jardine, Operations Director, CS Storage noted: “We were delighted to help Gulliver’s World provide safe revenue sharing lockers, it’s really positive that big venues like Gulliver’s are using our products.”

“We’re delighted that CS Storage has updated the lockers at Gulliver’s world Warrington” commented Kim Devine, Revenue Line Manager, Gulliver’s World Warrington. “The new installation will ensure visitors have a safe place to store their belongings whilst they enjoy themselves at Gulliver’s World.”







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