TK Maxx and Homesense have launched a new homeware range for Red Nose Day

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Photo credit: Comic Relief
Photo credit: Comic Relief

Sister brands TK Maxx and Homesense have announced a brand new homeware collection which will raise funds for Comic Relief.

Available in both stores and online, the new charity range includes aprons, tote bags, notebooks, cards, teabags and more.

Designed by 11 artists including Rachel Joy and Gok Wan, the collection features a wide range of designs such as street art, illustrations and graphics for a unique and stylish offering.

The special apron range is being promoted by a selection of celebrity supporters, including Rylan Clark-Neal, Laura Whitmore and Alexandra Burke.

Photo credit: Comic Relief
Photo credit: Comic Relief

The aprons retail for £9.99 and £4 from each sale will go towards the Comic Relief’s charities.

TK Maxx also recently announced a line of specially designed t-shirts for adults and children, which have similarly been released in a bid to raise money for important causes.

Famous faces including Kate Garraway and Claudia Winkleman took part in an advertising campaign for the clothing collection. Other celebs such as Dame Joanna Lumley and Oti Mabuse appeared in a hilarious video to promote Comic Relief, which you can watch at the top of this article.

Photo credit: Comic Relief
Photo credit: Comic Relief

Also supporting the cause this year is Olympian Tom Daley, who is currently mid-way through a gruelling challenge which will see him running, rowing, open water swimming and cycling his way from London to Plymouth.

The sports star began his expedition from the Olympic Park in Stratford, London, and said he will be handing out crocheted red noses to spectators, which he will make in recovery periods between the events. The challenge is expected to last four days.

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