Bremont Watches pledges new fundraising support for JET
Bremont, the award-winning British luxury watch company, has pledged to support the work of the Jon Egging Trust by donating proceeds from visitor tours to its stunning new technology and manufacturing centre ‘The Wing’.
JET CEO, Dr Emma Egging said: “Bremont has been one of Jon Egging Trust’s inspirational partners since 2018, with students from our Blue Skies programmes in Oxfordshire having the amazing opportunity to visit the Bremont workshop and understand what it takes to be a master-watchmaker. Some of the students have even discovered in themselves the skills to consider such a career.
“We are delighted to benefit from proceeds raised by tours of the beautiful new Bremont Manufacturing and Technology Centre. Financial support like this is vital if we are to achieve our ambition of supporting 1 million young people by 2031. Many young people are facing heightened life challenges as a result of Covid-19, and our work is focused on helping them to get back on track and realise their potential. The support of Bremont will help us to further expand our reach at a time when young people need us more than ever.”
Giles English, co-founder at Bremont said: “As our first charity tour partner at the new Bremont Manufacturing Centre we are so pleased to be donating the proceeds to JET. The whole of Bremont is so moved by what the charity does, every child deserves a good start in life and JET really does make a difference.”