RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2023 Hosts ‘Plastic Fantastic’ Garden, Sponsored by NBB Recycled Furniture to Promote Sustainability

Last Updated on: 22nd November 2023, 05:52 am

NBB Recycled Furniture, a leading provider of sustainable furniture solutions based in Poole, Dorset, has announced its sponsorship of the ‘Plastic Fantastic’ garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Festival, taking place next week.

The garden, designed by acclaimed landscaper Hana Leonard, is an innovative display aimed at raising awareness about the importance of reducing plastic waste and recycling materials. As one of the key sponsors, NBB Recycled Furniture’s range of eco-friendly outdoor furniture and fencing will be prominently featured within the garden.

Rhianon Gwyther, from NBB Recycled Furniture, said: “We are thrilled to support the ‘Plastic Fantastic’ garden at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Festival. This sponsorship aligns perfectly with our vision of a greener future and emphasises the importance of recycling and reusing materials.”

The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Festival is a prestigious event that attracts horticultural enthusiasts, landscape professionals, and environmentally conscious individuals from around the world. By sponsoring the ‘Plastic Fantastic’ garden, NBB Recycled Furniture aims to inspire visitors to make informed choices about sustainable living and furniture options.

NBB Recycled Furniture is part of the NBB Group, established in 1994 and based in Poole, Dorset. NBB has become the UK’s leading manufacturer of outdoor furniture, shelters and facility management products.

For more information about NBB Recycled Furniture and their extensive range of eco-friendly products, please visit their website.

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