It is not too late to apply for this year’s Hallmarking Awareness and Learning Online (HALO) Award as the closing date for applications has been extended to September 29 2023.
Industrial action planned by rail workers will affect both the train and tube networks.
The networks will be disrupted on Friday 1 September 2023. As a result our service on this day will be adapted as follows:
- Our One Hour service will be suspended.
- The Greville Street counter aims to open at 9am, but will close at 3pm, with a half hour closure 12pm – 12.30pm.
- Goldsmiths’ Hall aims to open at 9am and will close at 3pm.
Further services may be disrupted if many of our teams are unable to get to work. During this period we will not be able to change the service originally requested on your packet.
Adding Trust, Confidence and Customer Reassurance - HALO Winners 2022 value the benefits of promoting the hallmark
Trust, confidence and customer reassurance. Three key benefits that last year’s four successful Hallmarking Awareness and Learning Online (HALO) Award winners believe make promoting hallmarking important to their business. Adding value by linking into the long-established history of hallmarking was also cited as a selling point.
Chair of Judging Panel, Rachael Taylor, offers helpful advice for businesses entering the HALO Award 2023
Applications for the HALO (Hallmarking Awareness and Learning Online Awards) 2023 close on 8th September, allowing another five weeks to submit entries. The Award encourages jewellers selling online to celebrate and promote the hallmark. Chair of the HALO Award Judging Panel, Rachael Taylor shares her thoughts on the Award and what could make a successful application.