Rigby Taylor set to sponsor BALI National Landscape Awards for a second year

Rigby Taylor has given its support to the BALI National Landscape Awards by becoming the principal sponsor for the event, which takes place next month.

This is the second time the firm, a leading supplier of products to the sports, amenity and landscape sectors, has been the principal sponsor of the prestigious event, which is being run in association with Horticulture Week this year.

The celebration will take place in the Great Room of London's Grosvenor House Hotel on 3 December. Rigby Taylor marketing director Richard Fry said: "Our support of BALI and the landscape awards is a perfect platform to say a big thank you to our many customers and demonstrate our continuing support for this exciting sector."

BALI chairman Paul Cowell added: "I am so pleased Rigby Taylor has decided to return for a second year. The dedication of the sponsors is critical to the success of the awards."

Earlier this autumn the shortlist was drawn up from a "spectacular" range of entries, according to the judges who travelled the length of Britain to visit all the schemes.

- To book your place at the BALI National Landscape Awards 2010, call Jo Pead on 020 8267 4043 or email jo.pead@haymarket.com. For more information on Rigby Taylor, see www.rigbytaylor.com

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