Nationally known Phillip Serrell approached Holywell at the beginning of August to star alongside him in a new BBC TV show called “Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is.” Phillip has five episodes to buy and sell antiques to try and turn a profit. Having come across some Victorian antique water purifiers, he thought it important to contact the only water company still based in Malvern. Details of when the show will be airing and further content to follow soon…
Holywell Spring Water has collaborated with Malvern Cricket Club in a shirt sponsorship deal to last through until the end of the 2011 season. Malvern Cricket Club Committee Member Don Bendall welcomed the move stating ” We are delighted that an up and coming company such as Holywell Spring Water has agreed to invest in shirts for our club. We are an ambitious club looking to offer both our playing and social members the best that we can and as such welcome local companies investing in us.” Holywell Director Rhys Humm was equally delighted in the move “Holywell Spring Water is delighted to be involved with Malvern Cricket Club. As a local producer we place a large emphasis on supporting other local groups, so when Malvern CC approached us asking to be their kit sponsor, the synergy appeared obvious. I hope this can be a long and fruitful partnership.”
Holywell Water is proud to support the Help for Heroes Ball to be held at Malvern College in their brand new facility on the 8th May 2010. Tickets are still available at the time of writing with all proceeds going to this excellent cause. Event organiser and former Royal Airforceman Mark Johnson says “With a lot of hard work and contribution we hope to be able to raise several thousand pounds. Come and join us for the evening!” Holywell Director Rhys Humm commented “I’m delighted to associate Holywell Water with Help for Heroes”
Tarik al Rasheed from the Malvern Gazette came to Holywell earlier in the month to profile the Holywell’s story so far.
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Friday the 13th proved to a good day at the Holywell as Environmental Health officers visited our bottling plant. Following a 2-hour inspection of the process, which also included insight to the HACCP and traceability records, our local health office declared us a 5 star establishment- the highest accolade available.
Holywell Spring water can now be seen on the tables at the Michelin starred, critically acclaimed restaurant Purnells, Birmingham. Maitre-de Jean- Benoit was delighted to offer his guests, who invariably have to book weeks- sometimes months in advance, such a unique and prestigious enhancement to their dining experience.
Holywell Spring Water was on the menu at the prestigious Cotswold Life Food and Drink Awards 2009, held at the Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel in South Cerney. Two hundred and fifty guests attended a champagne reception and three course Black Tie event. The Awards included Chef of the Year, restaurant of the Year and Food Personality of the Year. Needless to say not everybody had a tipple as every bottle of Still and Sparkling Holywell Spring Water had been consumed by the end of the evening!
Holywell Spring Water was the subject of a three-page spread in the August edition of glossy county magazine, Worcestershire Life. The feature delved into the history of the Holy Well and explained the provenance of the water as well as detailing our hopes for the future of the Well and its water. Available now from all good local newsagents or view the article online!