Now not only as a family company, but also ultimately proud parents, we couldn't have a website without promoting our own children and their individual ventures, so here we are, from spices to reindeer in just one click!
Pictured: Lottie, James & Tom with Dragon's Den star Theo Paphitis
Spice Thyme was launched in 2007 by a 12 year old boy called Tom Sweet.
Tom says... ‘I am at school in Ceredigion, Wales and during a chat about careers felt a bit despondent that due to being dyslexic I may not go as far as I want or get to university. Despite my parents reassuring me that I will do well I decided to set up my own company and as I like cooking this seemed the perfect venture’
Sweet Deer is the brainchild of Lottie Sweet aged 11, for years she put on her Christmas list reindeer, and now her dream has become a reality.
Lottie is dyslexic and like her older brother decided to do something to help her build confidence and forge a career and determined to inspire others, showing dyslexia need not be a barrier in life.
Now in possession of 4 reindeer due to the demand, she could double book all weekends in November & December and now looking for sponsorship to enable her to get another horse box.
Now as for James, don't think we've left him out, he has been selling Jimbo's Jungle Juice since he was 6 and now owns Salt & Sweet selling flavoured salts and sugars