A NEW, subscription-based gift collection has launched.

The team behind For The Love of the North, which formerly had a base in Corbridge, is behind the product which features work of Prudhoe-based Laura Burnett.

With a mission to support British artists and a tagline of 'Stationery with a Heart', The Stationery Society has committed to donate 25 per cent of all sales to a different charity each month.

It comes as part of for the Love of the North's commitment to supporting creatives across the country.

“After four years of working with the very best creatives in our own part of the world, we're delighted to be expanding across the UK with the launch of The Stationery Society", said Paul and Lucy Hull, owners of For the Love of the North. "We have been thrilled with the feedback we’ve received to date and are excited to see what the future holds for our indie brand."

By subscribing online, The Stationery Society will deliver a monthly stationery gift box that brings together cards, badges, notebooks, notepads, postcards and surprises, exclusively designed by a selection of British artists. Each month will have a new theme and relevant charity partner to go with it.

In the most recent, Christmas themed November box, other items come from Bee Brown, Lisa Kirkbride, Rho Rho Illustrations, Pippy B and Little Flowers by Sligo with 25 per cent sales being donated to The Salvation Army.

For further information, visit the thestationerysociety.co.uk