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Giving & Living preview Leading gift packaging


Established over 50 years ago, Just Brothers (Giving & Living Stand B304) is one of the UK’s leading jewellery and gift packaging distributors. Product ranges go from the inexpensive Cardett Series through to the Knightsbridge Series (pictured), plus top end wood cases – and so much in between. Recent additions are the Majestic Series in striking, modern, colours and the Mayfair Displays. Visit: www.justbros.co.uk t. 020 8880 2505


Diverse gifts


For the most interesting and diverse range of coastal inspired gifts and homewares, head to Pocket Money Plus Ltd (Giving & Living Stand A618/518). Everything in stock from key-rings to cushions and handbags to hammock chairs. But it doesn’t just stock seaside themed gifts. More than 300 new items at the show with price points to suit all budgets. A family business offering a fast, friendly service with everything in stock when you need it. Visit: www.pmpuk.net. t: 01803 315000


Jelly beans and chocolate


Tins of sweets (jelly beans or chocolate raisins) and candles, are the newest additions to the Lyonesse Designs (Giving & Living Stand B608) range of low, minimum quantity bespoke souvenir gift products. Choose from stock images, featuring your place name or other wording or you can use your own image, logo or brand. Quantities start from only 25 and for most products there is no set up charge. e: sales@lyonessedesigns.co.uk t: 01736 732295


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