South-west cookshop chain Kitchens is supporting the Royal British Legion's fundraising campaign by selling poppies and donating 20% of all its sales (from October 24 to November 12) of Charles Viancin Poppy products.

Kitchens cookshop chain supports Poppy Appeal

South-west cookshop chain Kitchens is supporting the Royal British Legion’s fundraising campaign by selling poppies and donating 20% of all its sales (from October 24 to November 12) of Charles Viancin Poppy products.

Kitchens cookshop chain supports Poppy Appeal

Kitchens is also using the new Charles Viancin Poppy Collection to decorate window displays in all three of its stores, at Bath, Bristol and Cardiff, throughout November to commemorate Remembrance Day.

The Charles Viancin Poppy Collection includes lids made from BPA-free, food-grade silicone that fit on bowls to creates an air- and liquid-tight seal, preventing food from spilling when cooking and keeping food fresh in the fridge or freezer for longer. Unlike clingfilm, the lids can be used time and time again. There is a coaster and bottle stoppers too.

The Royal British Legion is the UK’s leading Service charity providing care and support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans of all ages and their families. The Legion also organises the Poppy Appeal and is recognised as the nation’s custodian of Remembrance.

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