Lovable new additions to the Pink Chillies range of elephant-based gifts were unveiled at this year's Spring Fair, each supporting Sussex Wildlife Trust.
The brand was born out of a love for elephants, wildlife and the planet. Each character represents a cause which benefits from a percentage of the characters' sales profits. Not only are the characters collectable friends and engaging for all age groups, they have a role to play in educating young people and adults alike about endangered species and environmental issues.
The striking new additions to the family are Ervin (meaning friend of the sea in Old English) and his best friend Kai the sea snail (Kai means sea in Hawaiian), who both represent UK seas and support Sussex Wildlife Trust's Living Seas marine work. Yara (meaning butterfly) and her best friend Makshi (honey bee) represent butterflies and bees, and the current threats facing them, and will also be supporting Sussex Wildlife Trust's work in this area.
The new characters will be available in July ready for the summer from www.adelbrook.com/pinkchillies.
Posted: 22 March 2019