Mumpreneur Reopens Online Shop & Supports The Grand Appeal
Mum of two, Victoria Sully of Gloucestershire, has reopened her awarding winning online women’s fashion boutique www.lyliarose.com after taking a maternity break. Lylia Rose stocks beautiful printed scarves and costume jewellery which would make perfect Christmas gifts. The website has also won a Small Business Sunday (#SBS) award from ex dragon Theo Paphitis.
Owner Victoria will donate a minimum of 2.5% of all sales to The Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity, better known as The Grand Appeal.
Victoria says ‘My baby boy, Reuben, has had two stays in this wonderful hospital since his birth in March. The whole team were simply fantastic - they provided such a friendly, welcoming environment and much needed support during stressful times. Reuben has pulmonary stenosis and has undergone two heart procedures at the children’s hospital and will likely need open heart surgery next. I always knew I wanted to support a charity, but never expected it to be a cause that would be a real part of our lives. I now couldn’t think of a better charity to support.’
The Grand Appeal aims to ‘transform the lives of sick babies and children at Bristol Children’s Hospital and the Special Care Baby Unit, providing life-saving equipment, patient activities, new services and family accommodation.’ Being one of the UK’s leading children’s hospitals, they treat a staggering 100,000 patients every year.
To find out more about this brilliant charity visit www.grandappeal.org.uk
To view the Lylia Rose shop visit www.lyliarose.com/ourshop
To read the Lylia Rose ‘mumpreneur’ story visit www.lyliarose.com/about.html