Bandstands are substantial items and an ideal choice for estate,
parkland or private land design.
Description This is an eight sided structure surmounted with weathervane. Seven railings describe the space with an open entrance at the front of the bandstand. Designed and ornamented in Victorian style after an original 18th century piece. An internal guttering system directs rainwater from the roof down the hollow posts. Scrolled wrought iron straps form the ceiling, meeting at a centrepoint inside the structure. A power supply is easily installed for lighting or other purpose. Supplied in component form.
Wrought and cast iron. Sheet steel for roof.
Dimensions (of item shown) Height to top of weathervane -18 feet
Weathervane height - 2 feet
Footprint (post to post diagonally) - 12 feet
Railing height from ground - 3 feet
Post height – 8 feet
All measurements are approximate.
Weight: 1500 – 2000 kilos
Finish: Painted to customer's preferred colours
Installation guide The bandstand can be transported in a Luton size van. From experience, we recommend that two physically fit people take two days to construct this particular item.
The bandstand should be erected on a flat base (such as slab or concrete) which should be prepared in advance of construction. A base can be designed to relate to the bandstand shape. Scaffolding is required to build the piece. A Hi-ab crane (or similar) is recommended to lift and fix the roof in place.