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Tikiboo Launches Mr. Men Little Miss Range

Funky gym legging leader Tikiboo launches an exciting Mr. Men Little Miss range, marking a close partnership with Children with Cancer UK.

Tikiboo leggings and top

£1 donated per sale of this range

Tikiboo has teamed up with Children with Cancer UK and launched a new range of colourful high-waisted leggings, capris, bras and vests, all featuring favourite Mr. Men Little Miss characters.

The launch of the range sees a close collaboration between Tikiboo, Mr. Men and Children with Cancer UK, with Tikiboo donating £1 of every Mr. Men Little Miss product sale to us.

Faye Jobbins, Tikiboo co-owner, said: “We are so excited to be partnering up with Children with Cancer UK as part of the launch of our Mr. Men Little Miss range.

We are privileged to be associated with Children with Cancer UK, a superb charity which is very close to our own hearts. It is a charity with a dedication to fighting against childhood cancer, and we are honoured to be able to donate £1 per sale of this range to help join the fight against this disease.”


Tikiboo leggings and top

Helping more children

A spokesperson from Children with Cancer UK added: “We’re delighted that Tikiboo have chosen to support Children with Cancer UK. Tikiboo’s support will mean more life-saving research and essential welfare programmes for children and young people diagnosed with cancer. Everyone at Children with Cancer UK is looking forward to working with Tikiboo and ultimately helping more children and young people with Cancer.”

This extremely sought-after range is already flying off the shelves, and due to high demand has already needed to be re-stocked today.

Don’t worry if you miss the first release, there is soon to be a new batch of Mr. Men designs to choose from, launching 2nd October.

Take a look at the Tikiboo range


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