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British School of Watchmaking heads to LWS 2014


The British School of Watchmaking has announced it will be appearing at the London Watch Show 2014 in July.

The Manchester school, funded entirely by contributions from a group of official supporters including watch brands and retailers, will be showcasing the work it does in training watchmakers, offering the internationally recognised WOSTEP qualification.

Mark Hearn, director of the British School of Watchmaking and managing director of Rhone Products, Patek Philippe’s UK subsidiary, said: “The BSoW is delighted to be a part of the London Watch Show for the second year running. It is a great venture that not only promotes British Watchmaking but gives watch brands whether small or large vital increased exposure in the UK market’.”


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