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Enesco ends 2022 on a high with bunch of award wins

Enesco is ending the year on a high, with a number of its products picking up prestigious awards over the past few weeks.

The company’s Disney Baby Changing Backpack won Gold at the UKMums TV awards in the Best Changing Bag category, while the product also picked up Silver at the Mother & Baby Awards for Best Changing Bag.

Meanwhile, the Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit (large) won Gold at the UKMums TV awards in the New Baby Must-Haves category – Best Gifts for New Parents.

At the same awards, the Beatrix Potter Flopsy Egg Cup Set won the Bronze in the Best Feeding Products category, further expanding on Enesco’s award winning Beatrix Potter collection.

In addition, the Disney Baby Pram Organiser was also Highly Commended in the Best Baby-on-the-go category.

To round it all off, Enesco was also shortlisted in the Progressive Preschool Awards for Best Preschool Gift Range.

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