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ENGLISH HERITAGE LICENSING PROGRAMME BUILDS MOMENTUM

5 Nov - 2021

New licensed product launching next year covers a wide range of categories

The English Heritage licensing programme is building momentum with a roster of new licensees signing up to work with the Charity that cares for 400 historic sites that receive over 10 Million visitors a year.

New licensed product launching next year covers a wide range of categories, from wooden jigsaw puzzles (Wentworth Puzzles) to handmade tinned fudge (Gardiners). In addition, there are advanced plans for a complete range of homewares in development to include furniture, fabrics, wallpaper, outdoor fabrics, tiles, paint, bedding and more.

Helen Webster, Golden Goose Account Director, said “We have been very pleased to see the appetite for the English Heritage programme from manufacturers across multiple categories and sectors. We expect English Heritage licensed products to be a prominent and successful feature of UK retail for many years to come.”

Kingston Myles, Head of Commercial for English Heritage said “the work Golden Goose are doing now is building a very strong foundation for the future. The many plans in development will really allow us to showcase, at pace, the Charity’s intellectual property and collection of sites.”

English Heritage and Golden Goose will be exhibiting at BLE and will be on stand C200.


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