Mum on a mission devoted to helping cash strapped parents in Burnley and Pendle kit out their babies and go green at the same time

A ‘mumpreneur’ is on a mission to help parents kit out their babies and toddlers without breaking the bank.

By Sue Plunkett
Wednesday, 20th April 2022, 4:55 am

Charlotte Fitzpatrick (31) held her first post pandemic ‘Boutique Baby Sale’ in Burnley in November and drew in crowds of around 250 customers hoping to pick up a bargain from her collection of pre-loved items.

Her second one is taking place at Nelson and Colne College this Sunday (April 24th) from 11am to 12-30pm.

Mum of two Charlotte started her franchise business in 2017.

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Charlotte said: "I am excited to bring our events back to give parents, many of whom may be struggling financially, the chance to buy baby items at a fraction of the price new.

" It is great to see these items being passed on for other families to use, instead of being thrown away.

'We want to help families to think twice before buying new, and for them to take pride in buying and selling second-hand items."