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Chipboard screws for a forest stage

"In Response" is a movement of artists and healing and body therapists. In the summer of 2020, the independent collective built a dance stage in a forest near Kakenstorf in the district of Harburg in Lower Saxony. The forest stage is used for art, dance and meditation and serves to intensify the exchange between urban and rural areas.

This summer, additional finishing work should be done on the stage to ensure barrier-free access so that people with disabilities can also actively participate in In Response's courses and projects. REYHER is of course happy to support a project like this. We therefore supported the work with a donation of various wood construction screws from our range. Thanks to the donation, the collective was able to complete a ramp for accessibility and also build a stair entrance.

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