PG Live Action: Crackin’ good cards

Stormy Knight range to raise money for children’s charity

Stormy Knight is to launch a new kids’ age range (pictured above) that will make a real difference at PG Live. Some 10% of the profits of the new range, which comprises ten cheeky animal characters, is being donated to Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity.

Get your free biscuits if you spend £40 or more.
Get your free biscuits if you spend £40 or more.

The charity supports sick babies and children at Bristol Children’s Hospital and the Special Care Baby Unit at St Michael’s Hospital providing life-saving equipment, patient activities, new services and family accommodation.

Stormy Knight founder, Sarah Knight, says: “I’ve wanted to develop a charity range for some time, so with my kids’ age range planned for launch this spring/summer I thought that a children’s charity would be perfect. There are so many great ones out there, but being based in Bristol (and having grown up here) I’ve always been aware of the amazing work that The Grand Appeal does, so it just seemed the perfect charity to work with.”

Stormy Knight is giving 10% off all orders placed at PG Live to celebrate the new launch, plus if you spend a minimum of £40 on the range, you’ll receive a tin of the Gromberry and Cream biscuits.

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