Wars and Armed Forces are always a very sensitive topic to touch on. I personally do not like wars but we have to remember the heroes who fights in the wars. My dad always told me stories of how life was so difficult when the Japanese invaded Singapore. They had suffered 3 long years before the wars ended. Without the sacrifice of those war heroes, there would not be peace.
Arthur Price and Laurence Llewelyn Bowen have created a new range of gifts called ‘Remember’ in aid of The Royal British Legion Women’s Section. The RBLWS is a membership organisation for women which provides care and support to the Serving and ex-Service community. For over 90 years, their welfare schemes have helped thousands of men, women and children within the Armed Forces community who are in financial hardship or in need of extra support.
The fivestrong gift range which includes an iPad cover, umbrella, journal, tote bag and china mug is being launched to the general public in early Autumn, before the annual Remembrance Day Memorials, and will be used by the RBLWS as a fundraiser.
A proportion of the sales from all items in the Arthur Price Remember range will be donated to The Royal Women’s British Legion, a message which is supported by POS and the packaging. Please help support them as much as you can.
Simon Price, Arthur Price CEO said: “I’m humbled to be part of this project. The work done by our Servicemen and Women deserves credit, admiration and support and I hope that this new gift range will help contribute to the lives of these brave people via an amazing organisation, the Royal British Legion Women’s Section.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen designed the range said: “I’ve always been a great supporter of our armed forces and the work of the Royal British Legion Women’s Section is fantastic and I’m delighted that my new designs will be bringing not just a smile but financial gain for this worthwhile organisation.”
For further information and stockist details visit www.arthurprice.com or call 01543 257775.
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. I post it as I support the cause.