Jeweller commissioned by BBC Children in Need

Jeremy Hinds & Natasha House

A FAMILY-OWNED jeweller in Tonbridge has revealed a limited-edition Pudsey collection in partnership with BBC Children in Need.

F. Hinds, in the town’s Pavilion shopping precinct, was one of the brand’s many stores that launched the collection across the UK on October 21.

It features an Alarm Clock (£16.99), Trinket Box (£14.99) and a Pudsey-shaped Money Box (£14.99).

All items will be available in store and online with 35 percent of the sale from each product being donated to BBC Children in Need.

The independent jewellers, which opened in 1856 and now has over 115 stores across England and Wales, first partnered with BBC Children in Need in 2021, selling Pudsey pins and taking donations.

Project leader and Head of Marketing Natasha House said: “We are so excited to be releasing our very first range of products for BBC Children in Need.


“The charity is close to all of our hearts, and we are so happy to give it the focus that it deserves.


“We can’t wait to see how the funds from this partnership will go on to support the lives for children and young people across the UK.”

Speaking of the partnership, BBC Children in Need Commercial Director Claire Hoyle said: “Together with partners like F. Hinds and Chapelle, BBC Children in Need can inspire the nation to come together and support our work to provide a better and more positive future for children and young people.

“The 2022 Pudsey Collection captures the spirit of BBC Children in Need and will make a great impact on the high street.”

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