A GENEROUS group of Redditch children who set up a drinks stall in Batchley are giving the profits to charity.
The team of four set up shop for fun on Friday (June 24) and were surprised to find that people nearby wanted to buy their hand-mixed drinks.
The thoughtful schoolchildren decided that any money they made from their Salters Lane stall should go to Touchstones, a local charity supporting bereaved children and young people in the area.
Charlotte Randle, who’s son Dylan Whitehouse helped set up the stall, said: “They were so pleased to find local people and workmen coming to buy their freshly made drinks, and decided the money should go to a good cause. Some of the money has gone to buy more supplies for the weekend, but they’re hoping to raise more funds for the children’s charity.”
Dylan, alongside Birchensale Middle school classmate Luis Bullock and their friends Romeo Robinson and Riley Styler from Holyoakes Field First School, will be out again today (July 1) and invite people to come and try their drinks.
Visit www.touchstones-support.org.uk for more information.