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Students unveil new range of vintage gifts




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A group of students at a charity in Sudbury have launched their own vintage gifts brand.

The Bridge Project works with vulnerable adults and adults with learning disabilities in the Sudbury area.

Working with enterprise tutor Lesley Lewis, students have designed, manufactured and marketed their own line of gifts for sale.

Student Philip Slater said: “We have researched and talked about how we could make our very special range of gifts.”

Gifts include traditional tea sets, vegetables, chocolates and flowers.

The vintage gifts range will be available at a select number of pre-Christmas Bridge Project events.



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