Young St Albans entrepreneurs sell juice for charity

PUBLISHED: 17:16 04 September 2017 | UPDATED: 17:16 04 September 2017

A group of young friends raised nearly £50 for the RSPCA through juice sales.

A group of young friends raised nearly £50 for the RSPCA through juice sales.

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Young entrepreneurs from near St Albans raised nearly £50 for charity through blackberry juice sales this summer.

A group of young friends raised nearly £50 for the RSPCA through juice sales. A group of young friends raised nearly £50 for the RSPCA through juice sales.

A group of six friends from around Napsbury Park, all under 10, got together to plan the business model, pick the berries, make the smoothies, set up a stall, advertised the sale, and flog the product - all by themselves.

To market their stall, the children made posters and put them up around the park.

Thirsty punters who visited the stall included a builder who bought five drinks for his team.

Another visitor kindly donated £5 to the young business people.

A group of young friends raised nearly £50 for the RSPCA through juice sales. A group of young friends raised nearly £50 for the RSPCA through juice sales.

Grace Bilantz, nine, Summer Boswell and Maya Sandler, both eight, six year-olds Eden Boswell and Max Bilantz, and Amelie Sandler, four, donated their £47 to the RSPCA.

They chose the RSPCA because the children all love animals.

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