King’s Lynn charity wins new Tesco clothing deal

West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham presents Nikki Scott with a certificate marking the official opening of the new Scotty's Little Soldiers office. Charity Chief Executive Stuart Robinson looks on. ANL-150215-180741009
West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham presents Nikki Scott with a certificate marking the official opening of the new Scotty's Little Soldiers office. Charity Chief Executive Stuart Robinson looks on. ANL-150215-180741009
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Lynn-based forces charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers has announced another deal for clothing supermarket giant Tesco.

The charity for children of fallen soldiers have sealed another deal with F&F, which is a clothing range exclusive to Tesco.

It follows the success of their first collection, sold online.

The new collection, designed exclusively with F&F and Scotty’s Founder Nikki Scott, expands the range, with all profits going to assist the charity’s vital work.

The charity provides members with treats and days out, as well as holidays in its exclusive Scotty Lodges and motional support and respite from the pain of living without a parent at such a young age.

The latest clothing range is designed with a clear military influence, including camouflage prints and army related motifs, reflecting the work of the British Armed Forces.

The F&F collection provides a practical way for the public to show their appreciation for those brave individuals who make the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country and also support their children when they no longer can.

Mrs Scott said: “We are thrilled that Tesco want to work with us on a second range. The first collection was a huge success and the money raised made such a difference to our young members.

“The new collection features some beautiful pieces all with a military theme, which allows us to raise awareness for Scotty’s as well as funds to support our families.”

The collection includes items for both boys and girls that display the Scotty’s logo as well as other military prints and motifs.

The girl’s selection includes pink stripes, grey camouflage and sequin hearts whereas the boy’s collection included a more traditional army style camouflage with khaki colouring and grey marl backgrounds.

Some of the items include writing such as “Daddy You Are My Hero”, “Daddy’s Girl” or “Little Dude”

All items will be available to buy online and also in the Lynn store on the Hardwick, with 100 per cent of profits going to Scotty’s Little Soldiers.

To find the Scotty’s Little Soldiers range look online at www.clothingattesco.com/icat/scottys-soldier?mobi_stop=true