The Royal British Legion and Wyevale Garden Centres partner

by | Aug 22, 2018 | Chains, News | 0 comments

Royal British Legion
Wyevale Garden Centres is partnering with The Royal British Legion, by joining their ?Thank you? campaign. This is to mark the centenary of the ending to the First World War.
The campaign acknowledges and gives thanks to all those who helped to shape our world during WWI. It will launch on the 22nd August 2018 and run for 12 weeks until Armistice Day, 11th November 2018.

Wyevale to support Royal British Legion

Also, Wyevale will be selling a range of poppy-themed products in centres. This will include poppy feeders and decorative Poppy Pots, as well as poppy pins at till points.
The campaign will extend to Wyevale Garden Centres? restaurants and cafes. Three Royal British Legion Afternoon Tea events will happen on the 5th September, 3rd October and 7th November. Military personnel will enjoy half-price fish and chips every Friday in the period.
Richard Bruce, director of marketing comments: ?The Royal British Legion is a charity close to all our hearts. We?re proud to be supporting The Royal British Legion through this partnership.
“We aim to raise over ?100,000 from sales and donations for those who have served and are currently serving in the Armed Forces.?
Roger Mclaughlan, CEO adds: ?I’m delighted the partnership with The Royal British Legion.
“Both my parents were active in The Royal British Legion. My Dad had served for over a decade in The Royal Air Force. I?m thrilled we?re supporting such a worthy cause, which means so much to so many people.?

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