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Nine companies will be promoting the RHS in categories ranging from candles and ceramics to calendars and cookware

RHS licensees ‘out in force’ at Spring Fair 2016

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has revealed that its licensees will be ‘out in force’ at next month’s Spring Fair show.

Taking place at the NEC in Birmingham, nine companies will be promoting the RHS in categories ranging from candles and ceramics to calendars and cookware.

Burgon and Ball will be promoting garden tools, Ulster Weavers will be showing off homeware, giftware and tableware, and Carousel Calendars will be showcasing a range of calendars featuring RHS horticultural photography.

In addition, Meldhome will display an RHS gifting collection, while Churchill China will be launching a set of vintage garden mugs in gift boxes.

Cathy Snow, licensing manager for the RHS, said: “We’re delighted to be able to announce the appearance of so many valued partners at such an important home and gift industry show.

“It’s a credit to the strength of the RHS brand and the quality of our licensees that so many exciting new product ranges are being developed and existing ranges extended or enhanced.”

Currently the RHS Licensing programme boasts around 50 licensees in gifting, homeware and gardening categories.

The company is planning on growing its programme to include educational toys, apparel, accessories and an expanded gardening category throughout 2016.

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