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Great gifts for our 125th birthday

9 Mar 2018

2018 marks GB’s 125th birthday and GB Trading’s special range of #WeAreGB125 products has just been added to.

Why not get your hands on some of these latest gifts?

GB Trading Manager Caroline Knowlden says ‘Choosing something from our range of red and white themed products is the perfect way to commemorate this special moment in GB’s history; there’s something in the range to suit everyone’s budget.’

The new additions are:

#WeAreGB125 wristband – show your support for GB with one of these attractive rubber wristbands, pictured above. Small - GBG00129 - £1. Large - GBG00130 - £1.

#WeAreGB125 apron – cooking at a residential event or just a master baker? Why not treat yourself to one of these eye-catching aprons? GBG00205 - £14.75.

#WeAreGB125 tote bag – a lightweight bag to carry your shopping or GB essentials in. GBG00131 - £3.75.

#WeAreGB125 coaster – rest your drink in style with our special coasters. GBG00132 - £1.85.

All available from GB Trading's website.

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