Recycled SUCSEED Notebook Set


Stylish set of recycled A5 and A6 notebooks

Debossed in silver with our SUCSEED design

  • A5 Notebook with 160 pages lined, plain and number lists paper. 20cm(L) x 16cm(H) x 1.5cm(D)
  • A6 Notebook with 160 pages lined, plain and number lists paper. 16cm(L) x 10cm(H) x 1.5cm(D)
  • Covers made from recycled kiwi, cherry, lavender and cherry husk
  • 100% recycled 80gsb paper

The perfect gift set for a loved one or a friend. Currently available in 4 colourways

Every one of our VENT sets sold helps support children’s education projects worldwide.

Recycled SUCSEED Notebook Set – Stylish and sustainable A5 and A6 notebooks. Covers made using recycled kiwi, coffee bean, lavender and cherry husk mixed with recycled board. 80 sheets of recycled paper with lines, plain and number lists throughout.

Proceeds from our SUCSEED notebook set go towards our Ambassador for Change Programme. Providing free pencils for schools and communities around the world. Also Share a Pencil Day, our Global Education Awareness Day for school children right across the UK.

Most importantly, we give 5% from every item sold to supporting children’s education projects worldwide. That’s not 5% of profit as many organisations do. It’s 5% of the sales value from the first item to the last one sold. That’s our promise.

Every VENT notebook sold helps support children’s education projects globally.
Find out more about our Share a Pencil Day and our Education Projects

About VENT

VENT for Change is a leading sustainable and ethical stationery company. As well as protecting the planet VENT also supports children’s education projects worldwide with every item sold

We combine beautiful award-winning design with impeccable eco-credentials. Everything in the VENT range is made using recycled and sustainable materials. From notebooks made using reclaimed leather, cotton and wool with certified sustainable papers to pens made from recycled plastic drinks bottles. VENT even have their own pencil factory in the UK making pencils from recycled CD cases.