Young entrepreneurs descended on Bradford city centre today to sell their wares and make a profit for charity.
Schools from across the Bradford district, including Challenge College, Lidget Green Primary, Bowling Park Primary and Horton Grange Primary, got involved with their own creations, including natural tea lights, dreamchasers, ring-pull bracelets and cupcakes, all on sale.
The sun was shining as the pupils, some as young as seven, walked around in Darley Street wearing sandwich boards plying their trade to shoppers.
Sophie Holmes, 11, from St Cuthbert’s, was selling ring-pull bracelets.
She said: “It has taken us a couple of months to get the products ready. I have really enjoyed selling them and we are hoping to make a lot of money to give to Martin House Hospice.”
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