PKL sells off Olympic kit to help the Children's Food Trust

05 October 2012 by
PKL sells off Olympic kit to help the Children's Food Trust

PKL Group has teamed up with the Children's Food Trust to give schools the chance to kit out their kitchens cheaply.

The trust, which specialises in helping children to eat better, has years of experience working with local leaders and services, schools, caterers and parents and is expert in finding practical solutions that help schools to improve their lunchtimes.

PKL is giving companies the chance to purchase second-hand catering equipment at a greatly discounted price, thereby allowing schools to update their equipment without paying brand-new prices.

The equipment on offer includes that used at Olympic venues this summer and it is a fantastic opportunity for schools to own some remains of the games.

Director Lee Vines said: "We're delighted to work alongside an organisation such as the Children's Food Trust and help enable it to continue the great work it does across the UK."

For every sale made via PKL will make a donation to the Children's Food Trust. The website is frequently updated with new additions of ex-Olympic kit and other ex-hire equipment available for purchase.

For further information on the Children's Food Trust please visit

By Lisa Jenkins

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