Glee 2017 sees return of Wildlife World at the NEC

by | Aug 25, 2017 | News | 0 comments

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GLEE will once again host a new range of products launched by UK-leading wildlife product designer and manufacturer, Wildlife World.

The company is expanding its range with many exciting new products, as well as items designed in partnership with wildlife author and TV presenter, Simon King OBE.

At the show, the company is launching many new products including a number of bird foods, feeders and a new premium National Trust range.

Wildlife World was awarded the Best New Retail Product (Wildlife) at the 2017 Garden Retail Awards held by Horticulture Week magazine and last year won an award for Simon King?s Brushwood Robin Nester at the GLEE Awards. More new products are being submitted to the 2017 GLEE Awards.

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