In celebration of Fired Earth’s 25th anniversary, the company is launching a campaign to raise funds in support of the work of the National Trust.
The initiative – which began on May 1st will support the Trust’s work of protecting and opening to the public, more than 300 historic houses and gardens and 49 industrial monuments and mills, as well as the work it does in looking after natural features, archaeological remains, castles, nature reserves and villages – for ever and for everyone.
Fired Earth already has a relationship with the National Trust through its holiday cottage business and there is a real synergy in the outlook of both of these British organisations, with each placing great importance on the place of colour in our living environment and on environmental issues.
Fired Earth will be making a donation to the Trust, from sales of it’s paint – produced in collaboration with Kevin McCloud, with whom the company has been working for more than nine years to create beautiful, relevant colour palettes.
The paint shown in our picture is -Â Sienna Earth.
A donation will be made of up to 50p per can of paint sold in Fired Earth stores and through independent stockists.
John Stachiewicz, of the National Trust, said: ‘We are delighted to be working so closely with Fired Earth, who have chosen to support the work of the National Trust through this exciting fund-raising activity.
The quality and ethos behind Fired Earth products forms an ideal basis for a relationship between our two organisations.’
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