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Lola Tiger Weekly Planner, A4

£12.00
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Stay organised and plan your week with this wonderful tiger weekly planner pad. It's the perfect A4 size to put on a desk and keep on top of your weekly tasks.
It's an ideal stationery gift for someone special or simply treat yourself!

Part of a lovely collaboration range from ZSL x Lola Design. This is a premium weekly planner, inspired by ZSL’s most loved animal and Lola Design’s passion for wildlife.

Printed on a FSC paper.
Designed and made in the UK.

Measurements: A4, 52 tear off sheets


Other weekly planner styles:
Giraffe weekly planner pad penguin weekly planner pad sloth weekly planner pad

 

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This product can be found in collections such as:

ZSL x Lola Design What's New Gifts for Tiger Lovers Stationery Father's Day gifts

About the Collection

ZSL have teamed up with Lola Design Ltd to create a collection of gift-led stationery and premium greetings cards, inspired by some of ZSL’s most loved animals and Lola’s passion for wildlife.The collection consists of 28 new premium stationery items, including weekly planners, tear off notepads, pop-up cards, wiro-bound organisers and notebooks making the ideal gifts for animal lovers. 

By purchasing these gifts, you are directly contributing to ZSL’s vital conservation work.
Thank you for your support.

SHIPPING AND DELIVERY

Standard delivery (Brown Hare service) in the UK is £3.99 but you can upgrade to Special Delivery (Cheetah service) for £6.99 

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