The third business involved in our Christmas competition is MORVA!
Morva, a lifestyle shop, is in the heart of Marazion, next to St Michael’s Mount. They have been open for just over a year and sell beautiful objects and gifts. Its owners have made a conscious decision to stock only locally made and designed products, and as a result they not only have a shop full of gorgeous, quirky, original products, but have been able to play a small part in supporting many other local businesses.
Their contributions to the Christmas hamper are a tea towel printed with an brightly-coloured illustration of the view from Marazion to St Michael’s Mount, a beautiful A4 print of the Mount by Cornish artist Hermione Rose, and a Christmas decoration – a tree made from paper maps and wood. All three products have been locally designed in Cornwall.
‘At Morva, we are delighted to be able to take part in The Rural Business Awards’ 12 Gifts of Christmas campaign. Not only is it a great way for us to raise money for charity but it’s also a chance to promote rural businesses throughout the UK.’
This makes the current value of the hamper £78, and the Rural Business Awards will match that as a donation to the public’s chosen charity. Follow the links to cast your vote in our Twitter or Facebook polls.
Remember, if you want to be entered in the prize draw to win the hamper, share and comment on one of our 12 Gifts of Christmas posts on social media before 5pm on 12th December 2018.
For more information on the 12 Gifts of Christmas competition, read our launch blog.
To learn more about Morva, go to their website: www.morvamarazion.co.uk