Hypnos At Royal Windsor Horse Show
8th May 2017 Paul Andrews
Award-winning British bed manufacturer, Hypnos, will be exhibiting at the Royal Windsor Horse Show 2017 as part of a programme of Royal events throughout the year.
Between the 10th and 14th May, Hypnos can be found in the Royal Warrant Holders Association Pavilion showcasing our beautiful handcrafted beds. An artisan will be on-stand to demonstrate how we make a mattress, the side stitching process and explain the skills and craftsmanship required to produce beds.
What’s more, our visitors will also have an opportunity to win a Hypnos bed set worth up to £2,800, simply by entering their details at the stand.
Testament to its skill and heritage, the company is the proud holder of a Royal Warrant since 1929, which is a mark of true excellence in British craftmanship, design and sustainable practices.
Chris Ward, group marketing director at Hypnos, said: “As well as being incredibly proud of our status as bed supplier to all the Royal residences, we have just been awarded the Queens Award for Enterprise for International Trade celebrating the global reach of the Hypnos brand. We are actively involved in educational programmes based on sleep at Buckingham Palace, and support Royal events including the Coronation festival and of course, the upcoming Royal Windsor Horse Show."
“We are delighted to be exhibiting here this year. Not only will the show allow us to meet with existing Hypnos advocates, it also presents an excellent opportunity to meet visitors who may not have tried our products before. They will be able to experience for themselves how our unique combination of traditional skills with constant innovation, and use of the finest natural and sustainable materials, has earned us the reputation of making the most comfortable beds in the world.”
The Royal Windsor Horse Show has been held annually since 1943 in Windsor Home Park and is the only show in the UK to host an international competition for dressage, show jumping, carriage driving and endurance riding, as well as over 130 showing classes.