Fashion jewellery brand Buckley London has once again shown its support for Yorkshire-based organisations by donating bespoke Yorkshire Rose pins to the Duke of York Community Initiative awards.

The pins were worn by guests to the ceremony which celebrated the work of voluntary organisations in the region. HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York, hosted the event.

The Yorkshire Rose pin was initially designed by Buckley London as a concept to allow charities in the region to raise funds through the sale of the pins.  Decorated with white enamel and highly-polished, the pins are a fitting tribute to community spirit and Yorkshire pride.


Founder and owner of Buckley London, Adrian Buckley, comments: “We were honoured to be able to donate our Yorkshire Rose pins for guests to proudly wear at the awards. The ceremony demonstrated the commitment and togetherness of local voluntary organisations and these pins are the perfect way to celebrate true Yorkshire spirit.”

The Yorkshire Rose pins now are available to buy for £3 from Buckley London’s website. £1 from the sale of every pin will go directly to The Duke of York Community Initiative (charity no. 1119460) and Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice (charity no. 1110457) who support local children with life shortening conditions and their families in West Yorkshire.

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