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Olympic torchbearers spurred on by No More Nails

Published: 8 May 2008
Henkel product put to creative use in flower garden.
Children of Fox Primary School and the Fox Carnival Band, in West London, used UniBond No More Nails to construct a giant dancing garden of tall flowers, which followed the Olympic torch through Notting Hill on April 6, 2008.

The Fox Carnival Band and its flower garden, which consists of 150 foam mounted, wire bent flowers - stuck together with No More Nails, accompanied celebrity Connie Huq on her leg of the Olympic Torch run, thanks to sponsorship by Henkel.

The vibrant and colourful garden also appeared at last year's Notting Hill Carnival and the Mayor's Thames Festival in London.

Ian McDonald of Henkel said: "The Fox children have exploited an innovative new usage for No More Nails. They join a growing list of people who are finding unique ways to use the product for fun and creative tasks."

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