It’s the fifth year running that the Truro-based estate agency has sponsored the limited edition jute bags, designed by Erica Pritchard, that are sold in aid of the charity at the annual show.
This year’s event, held for the first time at the Eden Project, smashed all previous records raising £38,000, that’s £10,000 more than the previous record, towards helping those suffering from cancer in Cornwall.
This year’s special bag continues the theme of using a single word alongside an image to depict a well-known phrase. Previous examples have included Sand Castle and Queen Bee and this year’s design is equally inventive with a chess piece illustrated alongside the word Drama to create Drama Queen.
Lillicrap Chilcott’s Marketing Director, Sarah Lillicrap, praised the organisers of the event and said the company was ‘proud and delighted’ to be able to be a part of what has become such an important part of the local festive calendar.
Drama Queen bags are available at Lillicrap Chilcott’s offices in Lemon Street in Truro in return for a donation to the charity.