Britannia Living is ‘cooking with kindness’

Kitchen appliance specialist Britannia Living has announced its one-of-a-kind #CookingWithKindness range cooker will be present on the GDHA stand at next month’s KBB trade exhibition.

The cooker, emblazoned with artwork by students at Together Trust schools, Ashcroft, Bridge College and Inscape House, was created by Britannia Living to celebrate its charity of the year partnership with the north-west care, support and specialist education provider.

Together Trust works with more than 2,300 young people and adults across the north-west every year. The charity helps children and families who may be experiencing emotional, behavioural or social difficulties, physical and learning disabilities, or autistic spectrum conditions, working to ensure that everyone they support has an equal chance at life.

Michael Haigh, head of marketing at Britannia Living (www.britannialiving.co.uk), commented: “We wanted to find a charity that really works hard to make a difference in the community and the Together Trust fits the bill perfectly.

“We urge anyone attending KBB to come along to stand K95 to see the stunning range cooker in person and to find out more about the amazing work the Together Trust complete on a daily basis.” A donations page has been set up to raise money for the #CookingWithKindness campaign.

KBB is billed as the ‘the UK’s largest gathering of the world’s best kitchen, bedroom and bathroom brands’.The event takes place at the NEC in Birmingham from March 6-9.

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