Bag for life that helps people with disabilities in Brighton and Hove find employment (From The Argus)
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Bag for life that helps people with disabilities in Brighton and Hove find employment
9:30am Thursday 25th July 2013 in News
A bag is for life, not just for Christmas and these new long-lasting carriers have been flying off the shelves.
The hand-printed environmentally friendly bags are available from the Royal Pavilion shop in Brighton for just £2.79.
They have all been handcrafted by employees of Able and Willing in Brighton, which helps people with disabilities in Brighton and Hove find employment.
Jeff White, of Able and Willing, said: “They are really good quality and incredibly green.
“Every time we print them, they’re gone. We started with an order of 250 and we have now reached 1,000.
“We are very pleased. We have worked closely with the museum shop and they have been a really good working partnership with us.”
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