Haslemere business Sheen Botanical Labels retains Royal Warrant

By Tom White  
Tuesday 26th April 2022 6:00 am
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Co-owners Christopher and Carmen Ashton-Jones

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A HASLEMERE business is celebrating after having its Royal Warrant extended until 2026.

Sheen Botanical Labels – which is based on College Hill – supplies bespoke engraved labelling, its Sheen plant label systems and the Kew-developed tree fixings to a wide range of clients.

These include royal palaces, stately homes, botanical collections, public and private gardens, landscape gardeners, commercial, industrial and residential estates, universities, colleges and schools, zoos, golf courses and an open-air theatre.

Christopher and Carmen Ashton-Jones have run the business together since May 2002, and Christopher is delighted by the extension of the Royal Warrant.

“We were delighted to hear from Buckingham Palace that our Royal Warrant to HM The Queen had been extended until at least 2026,” he said.

“Like us, all holders of Royal Warrants are reviewed every few years and are asked to provide information regarding the number of orders fulfilled for the Royal Household over the previous six years and also to submit reports on their environmental and sustainability policies and corporate governance.

“Our business has more than 1,500 clients, out of which we have about 200 active clients every year.

“We’re also part of the Windsor, Eton and District Royal Warrant Holders’ Association.”

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