Vale youngsters flourish with new business
BUDDING entrepreneurs from Prince Henry’s High School have seen their business dreams flourish after securing a deal with Webbs Garden Centre in Wychbold.
The Flower Pot Men make a range of rustic, wooden plant holders which are now on sale at the garden centre near Droitwich.
Students Albert Wall, Josh Sharpe, Aaron Parkes, Charlie Crisp, James Cutler, Chris Dyson, Sam King, Daniel McGuigan, Rory McGuigan and Jack Perks formed the company as part of Young Enterprise, the UK’s largest enterprise education charity
The sixth-formers were challenged to form their own business, then develop and market a service or product.
They were among 13 Young Enterprise companies who took part in a trade fair at Webbs in March and were spotted by Webbs chairman Ed Webb.
“The enthusiasm of the young teams and the quality of their products is excellent,” Mr Webb said.