A business called Remade in Britain has entered into a partnership with home show Grand Designs Live.

Individuals connected with the upcycling specialists will have the chance to demonstrate their products to the thousands of visitors who are expected to attend the May event.

The show will permit the company, which hails from Harrogate, to get the attention of people in ExCel London.

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Nathan Garnett, who is the director of the home show, has said:

“Remade in Britain is a perfect fit for this event. The quality and imagination of the pieces on the site is fantastic and I’m certain the upcycling area will become a key attraction for our visitors.”

The enterprise’s website already features in excess of 300 entrepreneurs, and it has been predicted that this number is likely to grow before 2016.

The founder of the organisation is called Donna Fenn. She confirmed that she is pleased about the partnership, and has stated the belief that the event is at the summit of the home design calendar. In addition, she has expressed gratitude to all the workers who have assisted with the development of the website.