SEE HOW A BRUSH IS MADE AND DONATE TO CHARITY AT HILLBRUSH
To celebrate 100 years in business, Hillbrush is hosting a charity day on Wednesday 6th July for the public to see behind the scenes of its working brush manufacturing factory at Mere in Wiltshire.
Hillbrush staff will provide insight into the history of the business, machinery and brush making while visitors will get a chance to see and follow the production of the company’s brushes, many of which are used in the Royal households, from start to finish.
All proceeds from the day will be donated to The Royal Warrant Holders Charity Fund (RWHCF). The RWHCF was established in 1902 to support the charitable activities of Royal Warrant Holders. Hillbrush has been a Royal Warrant Holder, supplying brushes to the Royal Households since 1981. The Fund donates to small local charities in which Warrant-holding companies or their employees are actively involved.
Tours will take place every hour from 12noon with the last tour at 6pm and ending at the company’s Visitor Centre, Visit Hillbrush. Hillbrush guarantees that visitors will never look at a brush the same way again!
The tour will include:
⊛ injection moulding department
⊛ fibre dressing
⊛ brush making
⊛ warehouse and centenary building
⊛ packing and despatch
A discount will be available with each ticket to be used for food and beverages, or in the shop, at Visit Hillbrush. Book a place here: https://www.hillbrush.com/en-gb/centenary-charity-day