Funds raised from our jewellery collection tots up

Louise Bartha from Rockinghorse (first from left) with the Posh Totty Designs team outside their Sydney Street shop in Brighton

We have received our latest donation from Brighton-based jewellery company, Posh Totty Designs.

£1,127.75 has been raised from sales of the bespoke Rockinghorse jewellery collection in the last six months. Designed especially for our charity, the unique rocking horse logo is featured in each piece.

Rockinghorse is best known as the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton. We also provide vital support to the neighbouring Trevor Mann Baby Unit and its sister site, the Special Care Baby Unit in Haywards Heath.

Here at Rockinghorse, we raise money for life-saving and cutting-edge medical equipment, as well as providing items and services to ensure that children are treated in an environment better suited to their needs. Find out more about us, by clicking here.

We began our partnership with Posh Totty Designs back in 2013. Thanks to their support, 100% of the profits from each item sold in the Rockinghorse jewellery collection, is donated to help make life better for sick and disadvantaged children in Sussex.

The Rockinghorse necklace and cufflinks set in sterling silver

The collection features handmade necklaces, bracelets, earrings, cufflinks and pin badges. Each item can be personalised, making it a unique gift for a loved one.

Established in 2004, Posh Totty Designs was founded in Brighton by Alice Rivers-Cripps. It is known as the original hand-stamped jewellery company and has grown to become the largest jewellery workshop in the South. Its quirky designs have captured the imagination of many celebrity fans, including; Holly Willoughby, Zoe Ball and Dermot O’Leary.

Jade Bailey-Dowling from Posh Totty Designs, says: “We are delighted to be able to hand over another donation to the charity and we are so pleased with the amount raised. The Rockinghorse necklace and bracelet have proved particularly popular as Mother’s Day gifts.”

Louise Bartha from Rockinghorse, adds: “We are very grateful to Posh Totty Designs for their recent donation. Since our partnership began six years ago, they have raised an incredible £12,756 from sales of our jewellery collection. It is such a unique and special way to raise funds for our charity.”

Alice Rivers-Cripps, founder of Posh Totty Designs

The Rockinghorse jewellery collection can be found online by clicking here, or in-store at their shop in Sydney Street, Brighton.

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