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Showerpods for independent schools

Coram’s ShowerPods brand has been selected as one of only 140 specialist trade exhibitors to attend the 2018 Annual Independent Schools’ Bursars Association Conference in Brighton in May.

The Independent Schools’ Bursars Association Conference attracts over 400 bursars and senior management staff from schools across the UK. The Conference, which showcases keynote speakers and leading educational experts, brings together a select exhibition of 140 companies who offer high-quality products and services to the educational sector. Following a strict application and selection procedure, Coram ShowerPods has been selected once again to attend the ISBA 2018 Conference and Exhibition at The Brighton Centre on 9 and 10 May 2018.

ShowerPods for independent schools – Regularly specified across the educational sector, Coram’s ShowerPods are a specialist range of self-contained, leak-free shower cubicles, available in an extensive selection of sizes and colours. Designed and manufactured in the UK, ShowerPods are fast-fit, virtually maintenance free proving to be an ideal showering-solution for schools, colleges and leisure facilities.

Renowned for high quality and easy-installation benefits, ShowerPods are available in a variety of configurations including corner, quadrant and alcove, and can be ordered in any RAL colour or several granite effects and bespoke sizes; meaning that if desired, made-to-measure designs can be manufactured and personalised for each institution.

John Blackburn, Managing Director of Coram Group UK said: “We are very pleased to be exhibiting at the ISBA Conference again this year. The event represents a great opportunity to showcase our ShowerPods range to the independent education sector. We are looking forward to partaking in the vibrant event which explores the topics and themes at the forefront of private education.”

To find out more about Coram ShowerPods visit: or go to: to learn more about the ISBA Conference 2018.

May 9, 2018