THE Alan Sugars of the future from Pershore High School took their first steps into business when they sold their products to the public for the first time.

Members of PHresh 15, the school’s young enterprise group, set up shop in the cloisters of Worcester Cathedral.

The event gave students from the area involved in Young Enterprise their first opportunity to sell their products to the public.

PHresh 15 have custom designed and produced T-shirts ranging from tie dyed to printed T-shirts with the Phresh slogan on.

They are also producing a Worcestershire cook book, full of recipes from local people and businesses using local ingredients, which ties in with their slogan of Eat Phresh, Look Phresh.

Judges on the day recognised their efforts, awarding them overall first place overall.

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