Forever Colours is hugely grateful to TRYKA LED Ltd for making us their preferred charity partner.

Hertfordshire-based LED lighting brand TRYKA LED Ltd will be supporting Forever Colours by raising funds before and at the upcoming LiGHT 23 Expo in London.

For three weeks leading up to the event – and at the event itself – TRYKA will be selling tickets to their raffle, with the draw taking place on the final day of LiGHT 23 (22nd November).

They have generously donated the following prizes, with the proceeds from the ticket sales going towards the Forever Colours cause:

  • 1st prize - £1200 of external TRYKA LED fixtures to enhance your garden
  • 2nd prize - £600 of interior TRYKA LED fixtures to enhance your kitchen, lounge etc
  • 3rd prize - £100 Amazon voucher

The Forever Colours team will be joining TRYKA on their stand at LiGHT 23 to raise awareness of our charity and its purpose, and to help the TRYKA team sell as many raffle tickets as possible!

The draw will be made by the Director of LiGHT 23, Paul James.

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Event details

Stand 7, LiGHT 23, Business Design Centre in Islington, London N1 0QH

21 & 22 November 2023


About TRYKA LED

Tryka LED supports Forever Colours Children's Hospice in Buckinghamshire
Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro featuring lighting by TRYKA LED.

TRYKA are at the forefront of the architectural lighting industry – the go-to LED lighting brand for designers, specifiers and integrators globally. Founded in 2002, they have completed 13,000 projects to date in 86 countries.

TRYKA LED projects have won acclaim for their creativity, finite detail and technical expertise. From Claridge’s Hotel in London to the Dubai Frame Museum, their aim is to improve the built environment through sustainable products, exceptional design and outstanding product performance.

Thanks again to TRYKA LED founder Chris Rolph and his team for supporting Forever Colours Children’s Hospice. You are amazing!


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Forever Colours Children’s Hospice was formed to support babies, children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions who are not expected to reach adulthood. The support that is offered will extend to their families, to support families to deal with the possible emotional and physical challenges they face and to make the most of life.