Adrian Buckley, Owner of Leeds-based fashion jewellery brand, Buckley London, has generously donated bespoke Yorkshire Rose pins to Tadcaster Grammar School to sell as part of a fundraising initiative to raise money for those affected by the Boxing Day floods in the Tadcaster area.
The Yorkshire Rose pin was initially designed by Buckley London as a concept to allow charities in the region to raise funds through the sale of the pins. Decorated with white enamel and highly-polished, the pins are a fitting tribute to the community spirit and Yorkshire pride shown over the last 3 months. All profits from the sales of the Buckley London Yorkshire Rose pins at the event will be donated to the Tadcaster Flood Support and Fundraising group.
Gillian Hainsworth, Teacher of Instrumental Music at Tadcaster Grammar School, said: “We’re thrilled by the generosity of Adrian Buckley to donate these stunning Yorkshire Rose pins. The sales of the pins will raise much needed funds for the Tadcaster Flood Support and Fundraising group, as well as unite the community and raise the spirits of local residents and businesses.”
Adrian Buckley, said: “When I heard about the concert, I was more than happy to help out. I have seen the devastation caused by the floods first-hand, however, in true Yorkshire style, the people of Tadcaster have really pulled together to get back on track. This concert organised by Mrs Hainsworth and the pupils at Tadcaster Grammar school is the perfect example of this. I’m so glad that our bespoke Yorkshire Rose pins will contribute to raising funds for such a worthy cause.”
The pins are available at School Reception and local Tadcaster businesses for a minimum donation of £4.
To view the Buckley London collections, visit buckleylondon.com