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Harrogate Christmas & Gift Tallon International


Tallon International (Harrogate Christmas & Gift Stand D4) has been one of the UK’s largest and most popular importer and distributor of stationery product since 1973. The company’s brands Artbox, Just to Say, Just Stationery, Easynote, Party Crazy, and Day2Day offer cost effective products with a focus on functional quality. Visit: www.tallon.co.uk t: 02476437000


Time for tinsel Forward thinking


The organisers of Harrogate Christmas & Gift (11-14 January 2015) have been excited to report a flurry of bookings from new companies which are guaranteed to inject some excitement to the 2015 show with numerous new product ranges for buyers to choose from. Looking to the future, the organisers are pleased to announce Harrogate Christmas & Gift 2016 will take place between the 10th-13th January 2016. Visit: www.harrogatefair.com t: 01902 882280


Following the successful launch of its UK Tinsel this year and the very positive response from the trade, Premier Decorations (Harrogate Christmas & Gift Hall H) will be expanding the range for 2015. Superb quality with great depth and thickness the UK produced product is not prone to crushing due to shorter storage and transit times. A new selection of die-cut shapes and colours will be introduced to the 2015 range which will also receive additional in-house support with new point of sale material and a new style FSDU will also be introduced. Visit: www.premierdec.com t: 020 8624 5555


Stand D4


We look forward to welcoming all our customers at Stand A2 at Harrogate Christmas


The Milford Collection Unit 18 Dyffryn Industrial Estate, Newtown, Powys, Wales UK SY16 3BD


Tel: 01686 629919 Email: david@milfordcollecton.com Visit: www.milfordcollection.com


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