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ANTIQUES ARE GREEN TRADE ASSOCIATION LAUNCHES TO ACCLAIM

ANTIQUES ARE GREEN RE-LAUNCHES TO ACCLAIM reports Antiques News & Fairs
The Antiques are Green movement founded six years ago by Nigel Worboys of Worboys Antiques has been reconfigured as a brand new antiques trade association in response to an overwhelming level of global support for the initiative.

The Antiques are Green site has been totally relaunched and went live on 3 January, 2014, offering a number of unique features for all sectors of the trade and consumers.

A unique feature for members of the new association will be that each year each every member will receive a certificate which can be added to their own web site or displayed at their premises to confirm that a tonne of Co2 has been offset in their name and a tree has been planted in the The Great Rift Valley, Kenya by the Antiques are Green Trade Association thereby helping to offset their carbon emissions and combat climate change.

Nigel Worboys told Antiques News & Fairs: "We have been delighted to receive nearly seventy membership applications from the UK and overseas in the first few days following our Newsletter to alert the trade, and we look forward to welcoming many more as the launch programme continues. We aim to work in conjunction with the other trade associations in the UK and overseas to offer the widest possible benefit to our members. Our affiliation with Antiques News & Fairs will add additional benefits to our members and advertisers."

Membership is open to all sectors of the trade with full membership open to dealers and auctioneers and associated membership open to affiliated trades including fair organisers, publishers, shippers, restorers,insurers and professionals.

Image: Antiques are Green logo strictly for members only - each one will have the member's name on the logo!