*UPDATE* FAKE goods worth millions of pounds have again been seized at Wellesbourne Market.
Warwickshire trading standards officers seized £4.2 million in counterfeit goods in a swoop on Saturday (December 14), including fake clothing, perfumes and electrical products with brand names including Adidas, Superdry, Chanel and dr dre. The raid followed a £3.1 million seizure in September.
Of particular concern to officers were the number of counterfeit electrical items seized, including counterfeit hairdryers and straighteners on sale to Christmas shopping bargain-hunters. Tests revealed these items had potentially lethal safety defects.
Other fake electrical items tested had used wiring that was so thin it could melt in use – risking fire or electrocution.
Nov 29, 2018 0LONDON MOTORCYCLE RETAILER, Urban Rider, is hosting a unique motorcycle inspired Christmas Market, Winter Chill, on the evening of December 6th, 2018 at Greenwich Market, London.
Dec 07, 2018 0The overcrowding at the Princes Street Christmas Market has rightly caused people to raise security concerns.