All have been awarded the Gold level Green Tourism Award.
Free Ramblin’ Kids is a very eco-friendly kids slippers and accessories business, run by Katie Cavacco. Katie visits charity shops to buy post-consumer wooly jumpers, which she then turns into felt to make her products out of.
Soles are made of reclaimed leather. Reduce, reuse, recycle – tick, tick, tick!
Recycling can apply to blog posts, too! Here’s my still-relevant eco-friendly Christmas Shopping Guide…
November is with us and thoughts may legitimately turn to Christmas shopping.
When buying presents for family and friends, do you ever think “what can I find that’s green?”, as in environmentally-friendly?
Well, there’s a first time for everything – here’s how to get started, from wrapping paper to Secret Santa. Continue reading “‘Tis the season to be eco – a sustainable Christmas shopping guide”
Often the idea of escaping to the cosy quietude of a log cabin in the woods or by the lake gets very appealing for city dwellers.
But for most of us without weekend cottages/trip budgets/sheds/energy at the end of a busy week, the pipe dream stays a pipe dream.
So what can we do? Well one option is to make yourself a little retreat right at home!
Ever been curious about antiques auctions? With estimates sometimes as low as £40-80, you might just find a hidden gem.
So you’d like to go to an auction, but you don’t know… how? Or you’d like to sell, but the same thing applies? Well read on, the good news is it’s actually quite simple. And by keeping objects, artworks and furniture in circulation, it’s environmentally-friendly too.