An Exmouth clothing company has launched a new collection of daffodil-printed activewear to help raise funds for Marie Curie.

Rainbows and Sprinkles is donating some of the proceeds from selling the clothing to the end-of-life charity, whose logo features a daffodil.

The range includes a daffodil print sports bra, shorts, capri-length leggings and full-length leggings. The company will donate £4 to Marie Curie for every pair of leggings sold and £3 for every sports bra or shorts.

Managing director Stewart MacLeod said: "Rainbows and Sprinkles is proud to unveil our new collection in partnership with Marie Curie. This collaboration holds a special place in our hearts, as it allows us to give back with every sale. We envision a lasting partnership and eagerly look forward to seeing the Daffodil design embraced by all." 

Marie Curie Community Fundraiser, Georgia Brooks, said: “I am so thrilled that this partnership has come to life and the range is simply stunning. I’m so grateful that Rainbow and Sprinkles chose to release this in aid of Marie Curie. The money raised will help us to continue our vital work, providing expert hospice care at home throughout Devon, to support those with any illness they’re likely to die from.”

Marie Curie provides a variety of services across Devon including the Hospice Care at Home Service, offering nursing, medical and emotional help. This also provides support to the people closest to the patient. 

The Marie Curie daffodil range is available whilst stocks last from the Rainbow and Sprinkles website.