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The Plastic Surgeon Community Restoration Project

This summer we're helping one lucky community restore a local landmark and bring it back to it's former glory. Could it be yours?

The Plastic Surgeon Community Restoration Project

The Plastic Surgeon Community Restoration Project

We want to use our specialist repair and restoration skills to restore a local landmark in your community, from damaged public art installations to graffitied statues, we’re here to help.

How does it work?

1. Nominate your community landmark, building, project or statue by clicking the button below.

2. We’ll then shortlist the best projects for a public vote and restore the project that gets the most public votes.

3. Get involved and nominate your project today.

Nominate your restoration project

Examples of projects we can support

Our repair and restoration capabilities are vast, with finishers able to carefully repair and rejuvenate almost any hard service. The options are endless but examples of where we can help include:

  • Remove graffiti or other vandalism to exterior stone or brick work
  • Repair scratches or cracks to shop fronts
  • Respray stained or damaged stone work
  • Repair interior items damaged during a burglary, such as doors or flooring
  • Repair and respray damaged public artwork or displays

In recent years we have restored a statue of Stan Laurel in North Shields and repaired damaged rhino sculptures from the Great Big Rhinos trail in Devon.

Nomination guidelines and rules

  1. Plastic Surgeon can repair chips, scratches, stains or other damage to any hard surface or material, please bare this in mind when submitting your nomination. If you have any questions please contact marketing@plastic-surgeon.co.uk
  2. Nominated projects will be shortlisted by Plastic Surgeon and the winning project will be selected by a public vote.
  3. The winning project will be repaired completely free of charge
  4. Nominations must be made by Tuesday 28th August.
  5. Shortlisted entries will be announced on 3rd September and the public vote will open.
  6. Anticipated closing date 14th September