These three Kenley commercial awnings, which we have recently installed at the well known Bedford pub and music venue in Balham have been powder coated in our own plant to a client specified RAL reference to match the refurbished facia. The green awning fabric covers have received branding and a smart coach line, in contrasting colour, to the valances which has been applied using our own RAGS® branding process. Kenley commercial awnings are a robust system, suitable for all commercial applications, and incorporate an elegant cassette style frame which protects both the awning mechanism and the cover, when in the recessed position. The Kenley commercial awning is available in any one of our over 350 fabric designs which can be plain, as seen here, or we have numerous bold designs to suit all tastes. Where special colours are required we can make one-off covers or digitally print designs to cover the whole surface area.
The Bedford Hotel is a Grade II listed public house in Balham, London . It was built in the 1930’s for the brewery Watney Combe & Reid, and designed by Alfred W. Blomfield, in a “pseudo-Georgian” manner The popular pub is well known as a venue for many types of music artist and also as a comedy club. Famous acts associated with the Bedford are: U2, The Clash and, latterly, Ed Sheeran.
Originally known as the settlement of Belgeham, Balham has grown to be a lively district popular with families and young professionals. Balham centres on Balham High Road, lined with casual eateries, chain stores, and independent shops. Balham station itself is the location of a memorial plaque to the sixty five people who died whilst sheltering within on the platform when a bomb caused a massive collapse and subsequent flooding.