Four new Perennial Partners sign up at Saltex

Horticulture trade charity Perennial enjoyed a successful Saltex last week (4 - 5 November) with four new Perennial Partners confirmed at the show.

Daylily. Image: Pixabay
Daylily. Image: Pixabay

CED Natural Stone has signed as a Platinum Partner and confirmed its sponsorship of the Party for Perennial trade networking event on 15 January 2016.

Turf maintenance specialist Rigby Taylor, headline sponsors of the IOG Awards on 5 November, has also signed as a Platinum Partner while green surface cleaning company, Eco Clean Tech Ltd, and Jonathan Ward of Ginger Horticulture photography services are also pleased to join the scheme.

Perennial development manager Laura Garnett was at the show to meet supporters and introduce delegates to the charitable services Perennial provides all horticulturists. She said: "It was wonderful to meet so many new professionals at the show who were interested in both supporting Perennial and in the services we provide.

"Many recognised the pressures facing those who work in the industry, particularly as we enter the harsh winter months, and we're thrilled to announce some new high profile Perennial Partners who will help us spread the word about the importance of supporting colleagues and friends when times get tough."

Supporters can also contribute to Perennial's work this Christmas by purchasing cards and gifts from the charity's online shop. They include a selection of 'Gifts that Transform Lives' that will immediately help those most in need of support - including buying a child a Christmas present, purchasing a 'keep warm pack' and making a donation to cover a month's fuel costs for a family in crisis.

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