Glow Sticks for sale in Liverpool
Where can I buy Glow Sticks in Liverpool?
You can buy a huge range of Glow in the Dark products including glowsticks, glowing necklaces, bracelets, and more in Liverpool direct from this website for rapid delivery. We have been supplying public, trade and promotional markets in Liverpool for over last twelve years.
Here at Glowsticks.co.uk we have an excellent range of glow and flash novelties that are suitable for any event you may have coming up in the Liverpool area. Most commonly bought for schools, pta’s, charities, universities, student unions, bonfire and fireworks night, Halloween, concerts and Christmas parties, our products come with a 1 year guarantee and are fully UK certified including full En71 UK toy certification and complying with RoHS and WEEE regulations, so you can buy our products with reassurance from us that they are safe and guaranteed.
All of our products are available to buy in small quantities or in bulk, and are priced competitively to ensure you get the most for your money. This is the case in particular for our bulk wholesale glow products and trade volumes of battery operated light toys that have special wholesale pricing.
Liverpool’s Light Night Festival was a huge success last year, with 2013 set to be even bigger and better. Press reviews from the night came up with a headline of ‘Liverpool Shines at annual light night’ which we believe is an event which fits well with our products which look to create a visual experience, be it flashing, strobing, pulsing, shining, glowing or glowing in the dark.
Perhaps you have an event like this coming up and you are looking for glow and flash novelties? With a ‘Fast Next Day’ delivery option available we can get the goods to your door as quickly as the next working day. Place your order before 4pm and we will dispatch your order the same day. No need to hurry? We also have standard and saver delivery options, see our delivery page for more information on price and the terms and conditions.
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