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University Prestige, How Important is It?

There was a time when all universities carried an air of prestige. Hallowed halls of education, universities were well-respected institutions and their students were esteemed academics gathered in the pursuit of knowledge. As further education became more and more accessible, universities became less economically exclusive and many believe this has caused them to lose some… Read more »

Who are the Freemasons and What do They Stand For?

The Freemasons are an international, members-only organisation shrouded by mystery. Due to the exclusive nature of the organisation, many outsiders find themselves fascinated with the rights, rituals, and rich history of the Freemasons. We here at William Turner are specialist providers of masonic ties and scarves, providing clubwear for Freemasons all over the country. The… Read more »

The Quintessential Club Tie

We here at William Turner provide a wide variety of club ties from sports ties to masonic ties and more! A luxury accessory steeped in tradition; club ties are a part of British culture that pre-dates the modern tie. With such an esteemed history, we understand that a club tie is much more than a… Read more »

Merchandise World

We are exhibiting at Merchandise World at NAEC Stoneleigh inWarwickshire this week come and see us on stand 27! Merchandise World is a unique concept which combines a traditional exhibition, a networking event and (optional) appointment booking. The event is for all the sales & administration teams, management and directors from invited professional distributor companies… Read more »

William Turner Sign Three Year Licensing Deal with Arsenal Football Club

We are pleased to reveal that we have recently agreed on a three-year license with Arsenal Football Club for the UK and Ireland, both in retail and online. Arsenal is the latest addition to our ever-expanding list of sports clubs and associations who are turning to us for their club ties, bags and accessories. As… Read more »