Cleaning up for a local charity at Christmas

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The Chidester Tea Towel is based on a design created by Emily Penny and Matt Burke initially for an exhibition organised by Design Collective Chichester on the theme of ‘Chichester’. The  concept focuses on bringing together the old and the new; the old dialect name for Chichester (still used by many locally) combined with a Pop Art style inspired by the art at Pallant House Gallery.

A special edition of 100 Chidester Tea Towels are now on sale with the entire ticket price going to local charity Stone Pillow. The charity provides a lifeline for homeless people locally, with hubs, hostels and supported accommodation in Chichester, Bognor Regis and Littlehampton.

Carry on reading to find out how to help us sell all 100 Chidester Tea Towels and raise our target of £1,000…

The Chidester Tea Towel is screen-printed on premium white cotton and is made in the UK. It is a large tea towel measuring 51 x 78cm. If you would like to buy a Chidester Tea Towel and support this fantastic charity at the same time, this is what to do:

To collect from our Chichester address:
Send £10 to emily@becolourful.co.uk via PayPal and email Emily to arrange collection

For delivery by post:
Send £12 to emily@becolourful.co.uk via PayPal making sure you include your postal address

If you have a PayPal account, sending money to an email address is very easy from the PayPal app or website and is the preferred method of payment. For more than one Chidester Tea Towel, please send the relevant payment.

Tea Towels are also available to buy at the Design Collective Chichester exhibition at BoConcept, Baffins Lane, Chichester PO19 1BF from 5.30pm Thursday 6th December (for late night shopping) to Sunday 8th December.

You can also contact Emily on this email to arrange other payment options.