Try and Buy from Tycoon in Schools Groups

Wednesday 13th November 2013

Mad Hatters & Co and Back to Vintage will be selling their Tycoon in Schools products at numerous events over the next few weeks.  You are invited to visit their stalls at any of the events and purchase their goodies just in time for Christmas!

Friday 15 November
12.15pm – 1.35pm: Ffyler House, Queen Anne’s School
Saturday 16 November
11.00am – 2.00pm: St Anne’s Primary School Christmas Shopping Day
Thursday 21 November
10.00am – 2.00pm: Love Local Henley Market
Saturday 23 November
11.00am – 2.00pm: Upton House School Christmas Fayre
Monday 25 November
6.30pm – 8.30pm: L5 Parents’ Evening, Queen Anne’s School
Tuesday 26 November
1.35pm – 4.30pm; Inter-House Lacrosse, Queen Anne’s School
Friday 29 November
7.30pm – 9.30pm: Jazz Evening, Queen Anne’s School

Tycoon in Schools

Mad Hatters & Co.

Mad HattersWe are a company created by girls passionate to improve people’s lives. Mad Hatters was created to help raise money for charities that will help people battling cancer.

Our hats, beanies and tie dye t-shirts are all customised and excellent quality. As newly fledged business we aim only to provide you with amazing quality products, and a feeling of joy, because all of our profit goes to charity. The charities we support are Tutu Desks and Sue Ryder Care. These are both very deserving charities and are very close to our hearts.

BUY NOW: Hats/beanies are priced at £6 (£5 for Queen Anne’s pupils) and tie dye t-shirts are priced at £8 (£7 for Queen Anne’s pupils).

Click here to order your custom-made goodies.

You can also help raise our profile by liking our ‘Tycoon in School’ page by clicking here.

Back to Vintage

Back into VintageWe have created an eco-friendly, up-cycling business to offer vintage artwork and retro practical products to a wide range of customers. Our aims are to make our products affordable but also to make a large profit from sales. We will then use that profit to help the business grow and introduce more products and increase our customer base.  We also would like to donate money to the charity Tutu Desks.

The products are vintage framed vinyl record sleeves and fruit bowls made from moulded records. These are bespoke, affordable gifts and home decorations that can be personalised to suit anyone.

BUY NOW: Framed records sleeves  are priced at £15 (prices may vary for rare albums) and fruit bowls are priced at £3 (small) and £5 (large).

Click here to order your custom-made goodies.

You can also help raise our profile by liking our ‘Tycoon in School’ page by clicking here.

 

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