European Springs & Pressings Helps Company Take Flight

Green&Blue, the UK’s most desired garden accessory design company, has been working alongside Cornwall’s European Springs & Pressings on a number of birdfeeder products that have seen the environmentally focused company grow by 150% in the last few years.

Wireframe feeder by Green&Blue

Innovatively designed and aesthetically stunning, the beautiful birdfeeders hang from gardens across UK and Europe, with multiple high-end stores, such as the prestigious Conran shop, stocking the product.

Gavin Christman, Green&Blue’s co-founder says: “We have worked with the team at European Springs & Pressings on innovative products like the Wireframe Birdfeeders and the Birdball Belle feeders – one of the best-selling products from the range. We really value our relationship with them as they’ve helped with product development, have always been a reliable supplier and we’ve been really grateful for the mentoring support they’ve given.”

Green&Blue Bird Feeders

In the last four years, Green&Blue has seen a turnover growth of 150% and are forecast to grow further over the next three years as they roll out a UK wide campaign with the Bee Brick. An exciting new innovation, created to be used as a standalone solitary bee hotel in the garden or in place of a standard brick in construction, creating more habitat for non-swarming solitary bees.

Christman confirms: “Our ambition is for councils UK wide to adopt the bee brick in all new construction sites. Using one brick in every build will make a real change to the declining habitat for solitary bees and subsequently build back up the population of this much-needed species which benefits our own food supply and economy.

Wireframe feeder by Green&Blue

Pete Bodilly, Operations Manager at the Cornwall site of European Springs & Pressings concludes: “Playing an integral part of Green&Blue’s growth has been an honour. Clearly ambitious, we admire their continual commitment to improve our environment and to know our wire forms, springs and support forms a small part of their success is enormously satisfying.”

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