Royal London watches has said that it is in talks to collaborate with the Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy.
The brand, which showcased its watches at the recent War & Peace show – the UK’s largest re-enactment event – is having discussions with the Dame Vera Lynn Trust about collaborating with the charity on its next Vintage range.
Royal London head of UK sales and marketing David Stokes said: “It’s in the very early stages of discussion but nonetheless an exciting project for the future and we’re really looking forward to working with such a wonderful and historic British charity.”
The brand, which is part of the Condor Group, has already donated £400 from individual sales made during the War & Peace show to the Dame Vera Lynn Trust.
At present there are six models in the Vintage collection including gold plated watches with day-dates and a chronograph model.