Take a look at the beautiful display of teapots that we had designed by well known celebrities including Sir Geoff Hurst, Lesley Waters, Lucy Pinder and Mr Motivator to name but a few!
These bespoke celebriteapots were recently auctioned to raise money for our Sports For All campaign in collaboration with the Federation of Disability Sport charity. Sebastian Conran’s teapot was snapped up for a whopping £5000 and in total we raised over £6500. Thanks to everyone who bid and we hope the winners enjoy sipping a refreshing cuppa Typhoo brewed up in your unique teapot.


SEBASTIAN CONRAN:

Inspiration for my design: The metaphor of a chocolate teapot perceived as being useless when it can be inspirational - we should focus on peoples positive abilities


Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
I believe that people should have the opportunity available to make the most of their talents without focusing on apparent weaknesses -the Typhoo Sports for All helps to make sure that physically challenged can excel brilliantly in the sporting world!


JONATHAN ROSS:

Inspiration for my design: Simply all the things that were in my mind today!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
It's a brilliant campaign and everyone should get involved. Plus - sport and tea are two great things




GEMMA ATKINSON:

Inspiration for my design: My time in ‘I'm a Celebrity', in the Australian jungle November/December 2007

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
I'm a huge sports enthusiast, and believe everybody has the right to participate in sport.




ALAN CARR:

Inspiration for my design: “SuBo”

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
Everyone should be able to get out there and do something sporty!! Even if they aren't very good at it like me!




THE SATURDAYS:

Inspiration for my design: We thought we’d do something fun, funky and different-just like The Saturdays!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
: It’s a great campaign that gives everyone the opportunity to be part of a team, and as a band we know how important it is to have the support of a group of friends


WEST HAM FC:

Inspiration for my design:: The West Ham Team!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: Living and breathing sport, we can some times take it for granted that we have the opportunity to do something we love everyday here at Upton Park. The coaching and management team here give us the support we need to help us improve our skills and compete as a team on a regular basis. This initiative will allow disabled sporting enthusiasts to have the same opportunity to improve their skills and compete at any level, in any sport - making sport accessible to all!


JOE PASQUALE:

Inspiration for my design:
Psychodelia Smith

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
Raising awareness of Britain's disabled sport is so important



LUCY PINDER:

Inspiration for my design: My inspiration was a tiger, to me he represents the mental strength determination and stamina that are values in becoming a sporting champion as well as being qualities I associate with people who overcome challenging disabilities.

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
Sports were a major part of my own childhood and I believe whether you're able bodied or disabled, people should have equal access to sports facilities and the opportunity to enjoy sport whether just for fun or as a door into competing at a professional level, the sports for all is a fantastic campaign.





TOBY ANSTIS:

Inspiration for my design: The animal print represents my time in the jungle for ‘I’m a celeb!’ whilst the hearts represent my radio show on Heart FM.

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
I believe everyone should have the same opportunities in life and, whatever your disability, it’s important to have access to sport. This is a great initiative that will enable this to become a reality.


MEL C:

Inspiration for my design: Scarlett Star – my little girl!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
Sport is so important to me, it makes you feel good, it's great for health, confidence and fun. It should be easily available to everyone.




NODDY HOLDER:

Inspiration for my design: The glam rock era of the 70’s when slade brought colour and laughter to the pop charts!!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: Typhoo Sports for All will help disabled people join activities they may not otherwise have a chance to do




SIR GEOFF HURST:

Inspiration for my design: My most memorable footballing moment-winning the 1966 World Cup

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
I can't imagine my life without sport – it defines me and the way I live. Taking up sport full time was the best career move I ever made and I'm lucky that I was able to take it to a professional level and do what I love every day –some people don't get that privilege, that's why the Typhoo Sports For All is such an important initiative.




MR MOTIVATOR:

Inspiration for my design: My unique sense of fitness wear style! Bright and colourful like me!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
Fitness for me is a way of life and something everyone should be able to do-whatever their fitness level or ability. The campaign will give so many people the chance to take up sport who may have thought previously that this door was closed to them.




COVENTRY FC:

Inspiration for my design: Signed by all the Coventry players

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile:
The campaign raises money for a good cause





Dr CHRIS STEELE:

Inspiration for my design: Obviously I had no inspiration-hence the terrible quality of my contribution.

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: My son is an Olympic athlete (400metres) so I am very keen to boost the 500 community based sports coaches







DANIELLE LLOYD:

Inspiration for my design: Like all girls I love shoes and bags! As I am about to launch my own clothing range ‘Designed 4 Love' I have made my tea pot special by adding my logo .

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: After my attack this year I was unable to do things for myself like driving or walking. It put everything into perspective knowing that some people will never walk or drive again. This campaign will help so many people along with EFDS its fantastic! Good Luck love Danielle XXX




JAMES CORDEN:

Inspiration for my design: Life and Stuff

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: Because it clearly is.






NEIL FOX:

Inspiration for my design: More music and more tea! .

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: The more we can get people out their enjoying sport, the better!






NELL MCANDREW:

Inspiration for my design: My 3 year old son helped me design the teapot with a running/fitness theme. .

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: Sports For All is breaking down barriers. Sport should be for everyone to enjoy and is thanks to this campaign. Taking part in some form of sport can change people's lives.




NOEL SULLIVAN:

Inspiration for my design: I am currently playing Danny Zuko in the West End production of Grease so thought a ‘T' Bird design would look great on a teapot!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: I think it is important for people of all ability to have access to a range of activities at any venue. This is a great campaign!





TIMMY MALLETT:

Inspiration for my design: I’m a celebritea! Pour me out of here. My itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka dot, spectacular teapot features polka dots, mallets and bark from the jungle which was wrapped around the meals I won.Plus a spare pair of Timmy spex!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: I love sport – and learning something new is always utterly brilliant.




TERRY WOGAN, BBC RADIO 2:

Inspiration for my design: Wake up to Wogan!

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: For all the right reasons.








CORONATION STREET:

Inspiration for my design: Some of our favourite Corrie stars squiggling on a teapot for such a good cause.

Why I think this campaign is worthwhile: Because it's a community based initiative that breaks down barriers and makes sport more accessible to all.





CHRIS MOYLES, BBC RADIO 1:









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