A no touch policy at their kids' school led these mums to starting a unique business

Seven years ago two mothers were sharing their concerns about how their children could be protected from the sun while they were at school.

Their children’s school had a no-touch policy, which meant that the teachers or staff couldn't help children to apply sunscreen during the day.

That conversation, in 2011, led Kelli Aspland and Laura Griffin to more discussions about the issue and what would make a good applicator for children.

Read the full story at Wales Online   including  the  product development, their journey to success and  recognition awards, including being listed in the Maserati 100 in the Sunday Times,  and  their patent award.

Solar Buddies are based in Cwmbran, Torfaen

 

Posted on: Friday 25th May 2018