Lovehoney celebrated its 15th aaniversary last week by taking over Queen Square in the centre of Bath and staging its ‘Lovestock’ festival. The event featured fairground attractions such as a try your strength machine and bucking bronco, plus a selection of food booths and a huge beer tent. Live music was provided by iconic ‘scrumpy & western’ band The Wurzels.
Helping founders Neal Slateford and Richard Longhurst and staff celebrate the anniversary were representatives from many Lovehoney suppliers and customers, some of whom had specially flown in from Europe and America for the event.
A report, along with pictures from the bash, will be included in the July issue of ETO.