Harrogate Water continues an illustrious heritage of providing naturally sourced spring water and the benefits of healthy hydration for people to enjoy since 1571.
As ‘The Original British Bottled Water’, Harrogate is Internationally-renowned as one of the finest still and sparkling spring waters. Awarded ‘Best Sparkling Water in the World’, Harrogate is recognised not only for its exceptional mineral balance and purity, but also for its distinctive, classically British style.
A responsible manufacturer, Harrogate Water Brands is committed to sustainable production practices, working in partnership with Keep Britain Tidy. It operates a zero waste to landfill facility, sources all components from within a 90 mile radius and ensures all bottles are 100% recyclable. Glass and PET plastic bottles are made from at least 50% recycled content – the most of any UK bottled water brand.
HEAD TENNIS is a global provider and marketer of premium branded tennis apparel, footwear, balls and equipment. Since its launch in the 1960s when HEAD founder Howard Head first introduced the aluminum racquet, HEAD TENNIS has consistently delivered innovative engineering and performance-driven products to athletes of all competitive levels. Many of today’s top and future ATP and WTA players such as Novak Djokovic, Alexander Zverev, Marin Čilić, Sloane Stephens, Bianca Andreescu and Cori Gauff are part of the HEAD TENNIS family.
Jetcraft is the leader in international aircraft sales, marketing and ownership strategies, managing and maintaining over 20 regional offices globally. The company’s unparalleled success over more than 50 years in business aviation has earned it a world-class reputation, along with an exceptional customer base, a wide network of connections and one of the largest inventories within the industry.
Founded by François Delamotte, in 1760, Lanson has remained family owned ever since. In 1798, Nicolas-Louis Delamotte, his younger son, took over from his father. Having been admitted as a knight of the Order of Malta at a very young age, he decided to use the Maltese Cross as the House’s emblem. Now revised, the Lanson cross has become the icon of the company.
Over the centuries, the House developed steadily and won increasing numbers of admirers among connoisseurs, including crowned heads – The House of Lanson has been the official supplier to the British court since 1900, when Henri Marie Lanson was awarded the title of “Purveyor of Champagne to Her Majesty” by Queen Victoria.
Faithful to its heritage, Lanson Champagnes have always been made the original way, offering exceptional development of flavours while preserving the natural purity of the fruit. This historical commitment makes Lanson wines more fresh, crisp and elegant with a longer ageing potential.