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Limited offer: Father’s Day discount on ‘National Trust made by Burgon & Ball’ tools

With Father’s Day only a few weeks away (21 June) and with many shops still shut, we have an online offer to help you get the ideal gift. The ‘National Trust made by Burgon & Ball’ collection of 12 essential garden tools offers superior quality, a heritage aesthetic and celebrates traditional manufacturing. What’s more, a percentage of revenue from sales of these tools will help to support the charity’s conservation activities.
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Limited offer: Father’s Day discount on ‘National Trust made by Burgon & Ball’ tools
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Limited offer: Father’s Day discount on ‘National Trust made by Burgon & Ball’ tools

At the moment, it’s easy to forget that the days are passing quickly, but Father’s Day is coming up fast. This year it falls on 21st June – and that’s only a few weeks away! So if you’ve not yet given thought to gift ideas for the gardening gent in your life, read on…

For a limited time, just until 16th June), we are offering a 20% discount on our ‘National Trust made by Burgon & Ball’ collection of garden tools.

Developed in collaboration with Europe's largest conservation charity, these tools have been made using traditional manufacturing techniques little used today. The steel is forged, a process which aligns the grain of the metal for improved strength; the spade and fork are solid socket designs, meaning the tines, head and socket are forged from a single piece of steel, with no welds.  

We’ve used manufacturing methods which celebrate traditional techniques, too. The steel is forged, a process which aligns the grain of the metal for improved strength; the spade and fork are solid socket designs, meaning the tines, head and socket are forged from a single piece of steel, with no welds.

We know father figures also love bit of innovation, and these tools tick that box, too. There’s a tough powder coating on the steel to protect from corrosion, and the hand tools have sharpened edges to bite into the soil, even in the most compacted ground. This range has been designed to make gardening gardening easier, while looking great. The dark wood handles and touches of solid brass evoke a feeling of yesteryear. 

What's more, these tools benefit the National Trust as well, with a percentage of revenue from sales supporting the charity's conservation activities.

 

There’s a ten year guarantee on all the tools in this collection, so you know you’re giving him a high quality gift which will be used and loved for years. Our insider tip, the secateurs and topiary shears come ready packaged in presentation boxes and would make great gifts. Unfortunately we’re unable to sell the pocket knife online.

We’re launching these tools in the National Trust’s 125th anniversary year, and a percentage of revenue from sales of this range will help to support the conservation activities of the charity.  

You can read further details about these distinctive tools in our Journal, but if you already know that you'd like to get a fabulous father something from this distinctive range at a very special price, head over to our National Trust made by Burgon & Ball collection. Browse to your heart’s content, and when you’re ready simply add the code FATHER20 at the checkout to get 20% off everything in this high quality collection. But don’t forget, this discount is available only on our website, and only until Tuesday 16th June.

So give the marvellous man in your life the gift of gardening this year, with the new National Trust made by Burgon & Ball collection. These classic garden tools are both handsome and practical… just like him!

 

 

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