A local home fragrance business has announced its latest retail partnership with Port Sunlight Village Trust.
Marsden & Whittle, founded in 2021, is quickly becoming Wirral’s most sought-after home fragrance brand. You’ll now find a selection of home fragrances from across their product range stocked at the Port Sunlight Museum Shop on the Wirral.
Port Sunlight is a village that was founded by ‘Soap King’ William Hesketh Lever in 1888 and built to house his factory workers. Today the village is set in 130 acres of parkland and gardens and is home to more than 900 Grade II listed buildings.
Founders of Marsden & Whittle, Matt Weaver and Scott Goodburn, said, “We are so lucky to have the beautiful village of Port Sunlight on our doorstep, so naturally we were delighted by the opportunity to become a stockist in their museum.”
Sarah Preston, Business Development Officer for Port Sunlight Village Trust said, “We’re very proud to be selling Marsden & Whittle products in our shop. Port Sunlight is the home of the iconic Sunlight Soap, so it was their handcrafted soaps and luxurious fragrances that really drew us to them. The fact that their products are made locally is even better. Our customers love to sample the distinctive and unique scents of Marsden & Whittle’s products – the only problem they have is choosing which one to go for!”
If you’ve not been to Port Sunlight before then you are missing out! You’ll find a fascinating museum, beautiful architecture, a world-class art gallery, stunning parkland and a thriving community.
Port Sunlight Museum Shop can be found at 23 King George’s Drive, Port Sunlight, CH62 5DX.
Image: Founders of Marsden & Whittle, Matt Weaver and Scott Goodburn