Crate Research & Application Project

The Crate Application and Research Project was set up to promote crates in today's society. Modern attitudes to the crate have become somewhat jilted, especially since the sexual revolution of The Sixties. The Great British Red Crate used to be held in huge esteem by men and women from all classes. For instance, in the mid-Forties in Cheshunt, Hampshire, a crate was voted into the Office of Mayor for nearly three years running until meeting which a tragic accident involving a blowtorch. In 1951 the people of Bradninch, Devon, saw the first crate to be made a head schoolteacher.

As well as the afore-mentioned emminent crates, many crates found uses in other walks of life and were a huge part of every person's day to day routine. These pages were written to demonstrate the fantastic versatility of the humble crate, and to show how in these modern times, the crate is as important as it ever was. The following is a list of just some of today's applications of crates from a huge list held at our headquarters. Pick one and see for yourself...