Garden King creates a local buzz with fundraising poppy display

by | Sep 8, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Garden King has joined a national campaign to help raise ?200,000 for serving members and veterans of the UK Armed Forces and their families.

Garden King is?fully stocked with the official Gardman/Royal British Legion Poppy Bird Feeder and local customers have already started to rush in to the Newhall Garden Centre.

The official Royal British Legion Poppy Bird Feeder by Gardman features the iconic design of a red poppy, making it the perfect way to show your support for the nation?s leading Armed Forces charity whilst helping to a make a positive difference to the survival of wild bird populations.

The manufacturer Gardman Ltd is donating 50p for every one sold and Garden King are donating an additional ?1. Garden King are retailing the poppies at ?8 each or 5 for ?35.

The Poppy Bird Feeder is a stunning garden ornament that can be used all year round. The feeder is decoratively hand-painted and brings style and colour to any garden display or outdoor space and makes a fitting Remembrance Day tribute.

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