Cath Kidston MEADOW POSY HAND DUO SET £7.00 @ CK online (Free delivery on orders over £25 using code JUNE25)
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Cath Kidston MEADOW POSY HAND DUO SET £7.00 @ CK online (Free delivery on orders over £25 using code JUNE25)

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Found 3rd Jun 2017Edited by:"llareggub"
Might be a good deal for some. I ordered 4 as teacher gifts for the end of the school year and I have to say they are well worth £7. The photo shows a body wash and hand lotion but I can confirm that the description is accurate as you do get a hand wash and hand lotion.
Well worth £3.50 each as they are 250ml bottles and would look stylish in any bathroom.
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Are these out of stock? Can't get it to add them to my basket on Chrome or Safari on iPhone. Their website is rather poor.
Just checked - still in stock. You might have to go to Cath Kidston website and type in the product name in the search bar.
You are very generous spending £7 each on teachers presents! I have spent 66peachon 3 for 2 on sented colour me candles by sanctuary which rrp £10 each having to buy 5 £35 would be a lot more than I could afford especially as they are getting paid for what they do and as there is approx 30 pupils per class they will do very well for gifts I am sur
Axminister

You are very generous spending £7 each on teachers presents! I have spent … You are very generous spending £7 each on teachers presents! I have spent 66peachon 3 for 2 on sented colour me candles by sanctuary which rrp £10 each having to buy 5 £35 would be a lot more than I could afford especially as they are getting paid for what they do and as there is approx 30 pupils per class they will do very well for gifts I am sur



That is why I spend £7 on each teacher - classes are too big and teachers work damned hard in this harsh economic climate. Look at what the government has gone to education - they can't even fill many teaching posts as graduates don't want to work in such challenging conditions.
Edited by: "llareggub" 3rd Jun 2017
Last post should have read 'done to education' not 'gone' but it won't let me edit it for some reason!
By the way, I should clarify that the gifts are for 1 teacher and 3 very hard working classroom assistants. I only have 1 child in school.
Llarrggub- I agree. A friend from Argentina who was an amazing teacher in Argentina (won awards) came here to teach but found the conditions appalling and support from the school non-existent. The kids got away with murder and there was zero discipline unlike in Argentina where kids respected teachers. He's since retrained as a psychologist which is such a waste to the education system. He worked far harder than me but was paid about a fifth of what I'm paid to sit in an office for a bank. Teachers are underpaid and it's an unpleasant job. Worth buying them something nice - better still if a discount
Totally agree patrick_000
Axminister

You are very generous spending £7 each on teachers presents! I have spent … You are very generous spending £7 each on teachers presents! I have spent 66peachon 3 for 2 on sented colour me candles by sanctuary which rrp £10 each having to buy 5 £35 would be a lot more than I could afford especially as they are getting paid for what they do and as there is approx 30 pupils per class they will do very well for gifts I am sur



Link please to the candles? Thanks
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