Graffiti Removal at Vanguard School

News January 20, 2021 - Caragh Cheesman Graffiti Removal at Vanguard School

Vauxhall One’s latest graffiti removal project took place at Vanguard School, a National Autistic Society Academies Trust school in Kennington.

After a member of the team noticed the graffiti on one of their regular walks around the BID area, Vauxhall One got in touch with the school to offer their help in removing the extensive graffiti. The 2-day project saw the Vauxhall One team clean the school’s walls and meshing to return it to pristine condition.

Opened in January 2020, Vanguard School is a specialist secondary school designed to support autistic students who are able to complete GCSEs and A Levels to thrive and achieve their aspirations.

Antonia Evans, Principal at Vanguard School, said: “We are so incredibly grateful to Vauxhall One for cleaning the graffiti that appeared all along the fence of our School in Kennington. We are a special school for autistic children that has remained open for our vulnerable children through the lockdown. We are so grateful that we can focus our valuable resources on our young people rather than on needing to rectify graffiti. Thank you so much Vauxhall One.”

If your local organisation needs help with graffiti removal, please contact the team to see if we can help.

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