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Pupil-Led Businesses Feature in Local Press

03 July 2020

Three pupil-led business initiatives, which all aim to raise money for NHS charities, have been featured recently in the local press. 

The Sweet Kitchen, which has been created by L6 Business Enterprise pupils Olivia Holdcroft and Scarlett Udy, has grown from strength to strength during lockdown, providing sweet treats to customers across Norfolk by post. It has recently been featured in an online article for Feast Norfolk. 

The full article can be found here.


Elsewhere, Upper 1 pupil Gabriella has been making and selling tie-dye t-shirts from her home in rainbow colours, which she is selling to raise funds for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital fund. Her initiative has been shared by the hospital charity on Twitter. 



Lastly, a clothing line entitled "Remember a Time When", which has been created by pupils Lydia Knights and Lily Everard, has been included in print in this month's Nofolk Magazine. The girls have been promoting their t-shirts through their Instagram page @remember.a.time.when, with proceeds also going to the NNUH charity fund. The full article can be read in the July issue of Norfolk Magazine.