British Honey Co. - Directorate Change
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British Honey Company PLC (The)
15 September 2020
 

15.09.20

 

The British Honey Company plc

("British Honey", "BHC" or the "Company")

 

Board Change

 

Sir Hugo Swire, Chairman, to step down from the Board at the 2020 Annual General Meeting

 

The British Honey Company plc ("British Honey" or "the Company"), the producer of premium British honey, honey-infused spirits and alcohol sanitiser products, announces that Sir Hugo Swire, Non-Executive Chairman, will be stepping down from the Board of the Company at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting ("AGM") to be held on 25 September 2020.

 

Mr Philip Seers, a Non-Executive Director of the Company has been elected Chairman by the Board with effect from the closure of the AGM on 25 September.

 

Commenting, Michael Williams, CEO of British Honey, said:

"The Company would like to thank Sir Hugo for his contribution to the Company since he joined the board. He has been a key figure in the Company's transformation over the last 18 months, which has seen the Company grow from a private honey company to a listed spirits company with a general bonded warehouse, hand sanitiser business, an interest in an American distillery and the beginnings of a whisky distillery. We are sad to see Hugo go but understand his reasons and wish him well for the future."

 

Enquiries:

British Honey

Michael Williams, CEO

Brooke Wiseman, Marketing Director

Tel: +44 (0)7976 559243

Email: brooke@britishhoney.com

Web: https://britishhoney.co.uk/

finnCap - AQSE Corporate Adviser & Joint Broker

Carl Holmes / Matthew Radley (corporate finance)

Richard Chambers (ECM)

Tel: +44 (0)20 7220 0500

Stanford Capital Partners - Joint Broker

Patrick Claridge / John Howes / Bob Pountney

Tel: +44 (0)20 3815 8880

Walbrook PR Limited - Financial PR

Paul Vann / Nick Rome / Nicholas Johnson

Tel: +44 (0)20 7933 8780

       +44 (0)7768 807631

paul.vann@walbrookpr.com

 

 

 

Notes to Editors

 

About British Honey Company

Launched in 2014, BHC is famed for its award-winning fruit and honey infused spirits, marketed under the Keepr's brand. Many of the Keepr's spirits are infused with BHC's proprietary British Honey from its fully traceable apiaries. The impressive spirits range with seasonal lines spans eight gins, four vodkas, two rums, two bourbons and a whiskey which is scheduled for release later this year. All of BHC's spirits are distilled onsite in the company's specially customised Still under the watchful eye of international award-winning Master Distiller, Jamie Baggott. In March 2020 BHC diversified its product range by developing its first alcohol sanitiser product in the UK in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.  This was produced using BHC's excess alcohol supplies and under authorisations obtained from HMRC to use denatured alcohol for alcohol sanitiser use.

 

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