Seven-year-old schoolgirl raking in hundreds of pounds after opening antique bottle shop in her parents' back garden
A seven-year-old schoolgirl is raking in hundreds of pounds by selling antique bottles from a little shop in her back garden - after digging them up from old landfill sites. Betsy-Mae Lloyd has been coining it in after launching her own business at her parents' home while still attending primary school. The young entrepreneur flogs old bottles, jars and teapots - dating back to between the 1870s and 1930 - which she finds on historic landfill sites in the West Midlands. After taking them home and cleaning them up herself, she then stores them in a Victorian-style play shed, built by dad Jason, before listing them for sale on Facebook.