Horwood Homewares is the latest company to support industry charity The Rainy Day Trust as a partner.

Horwood Homewares becomes latest Rainy Day Trust Partner

Horwood Homewares is the latest company to support industry charity The Rainy Day Trust as a partner.

Horwood Homewares becomes latest Rainy Day Trust Partner

Based in Bristol, Horwood started life in 1896 selling hardware, enamelware and ironmongery. It pioneered the stainless steel cookware market with the creation of the Stellar brand, subsequently acquiring the Judge brand, and now boasts more than 3,000 products in its range, with around 300 new products added each year.

Horwood president Jeremy Horwood said: “My great grandfather started this business many years ago as a faithful and reliable supplier, looking after the needs of the day as well as future generations.The Rainy Day Trust has similar values, and we are delighted to support the charity that exist to help those from our industry during difficult times.”

The Rainy Day Trust was founded in 1843 offering support to those who have worked in the UK’s home improvement and home enhancement industry in times of need. The only qualifying criteria is that applicants must have worked in a relevant industry sector for a minimum of five years during their career.

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