Skincare is a crowded market, and ‘natural’ is the new “normal”. Each product in Upcircles range sources and rescues by-products from other industries – the food and drink industry in particular. In recent years there has been a dramatic rise of natural, then organic, then vegan and cruelty-free beauty, but Upcircle believe circular / by-product beauty will be the next step.
Fill – Clean – Repeat I love the no fuss of Fill. They are exactly what they say on the tin, and absolutely brilliant at it! Their cleaning essentials are kind on the environment, plastic free, circular and exceptional quality. Made in Northampton in their family run facilities, Fill has been created to not only clean well but to tackle single use plastic waste. Simple & Sustainable. ♡
We are so happy to have found Georgia and her little toilet fizzies. Her products are simply wonderful. Natural cleaning solution for your loos and basins.
So, basically Pastificio Carleschi is an artisan dry pasta manufacturer that focuses on quality and sustainability. Their vision is to sustainably produce dry pasta using grains and flour sourced locally. They are the first and only British artisan producer of organic dry pasta made with British stoneground flour from ancient wheat varieties (Spelt, Emmer and Einkorn). As well as quality, they focus on sustainability by powering pasta production with green energy only, packaging pasta in plastic-free bags (certified by APP) suitable for home and industrial composting and marine biodegradability, and supporting the zero waste movement by producing wholegrain pasta and directly supplying bulk shops across the UK. And more.
Created by an holistic therapist, reiki master and fully qualified IFPA Clinical Aromatherapist. An individual who is absolutely besotted with all things reiki and aromatherapy. As a reiki practitioner and aromatherapist Gemma continually explore ways in which she can fuse these practices together, to create bespoke experiences for each client that comes through my door. Whilst Gemma has always created bespoke blends, 2020 has given her an opportunity to explore this more deeply. She has been using her skills and knowledge of Aromatherapy and the chakras to create balancing blends aimed to support the mind, body and soul. When clients and customers began to reach out for products for home use, she noticed that three key concerns were arising: tiredness and mental fatigue, irritability and ‘mind fog’ and most commonly of all irregular sleeping patterns which was to be expected considering all of the uncertainty we have been experiencing.
Could not be prouder than we are to stock cereals and flours produced by Claybrooke Mill. Did you know they still do all the work by hand? Truly a remarkable family enterprise. The water is supplied by the river Soar and water levels are controlled by a number of sluice gates. The WATER WHEEL is constructed from Cast Iron, it is an overshot wheel to make the most of energy efficient use of the limited water supply. There is some evidence that the mill site may date back over 1000 years and maybe further due to its proximity to the Roman settlement a mile or so up the road at High Cross – the Roman centre of England. A medieval cobblestone path at the north end of the mill leads from the yard to the site of a old Post mill, which was situated in the field to the rear of the mill. It was also part of the main route from Frolesworth to Claybrooke Parva and then to Watling Street. The earliest record we have is the sale of the Mill to Andrew Hall, Thomas Towshend and Christion Higginson all of Frolesworth by James Palmer in 1675. The present Mill house is dated 1723 & the mill building around 17. A slate with the date is hidden behind one of the upright wooden supports on the front of the building. The mill was extended and extensively refurbished in the mid 1800’s when Marmaduke Fawkes (the last of 4 generations of the family) was miller & church warden in the village. The building increased in size by nearly 50% & the waterwheel moved to the south end. Evidence of this can been seen in the structure of the mill & behind the mill the old inlet can be seen. Sometime
Founded by Emma and Scott, Miniml have set out to change the way people consume cleaning products and think about their waste. They are not just another natural cleaning brand; they are a movement to do more with less. Offering people a zero waste, closed loop solution to all their cleaning, laundry and personal care needs. Whether you are refilling your bottle with one of our refill containers or visiting one of our refill partners across the UK, every bottle gets re-used time and time again. Everything is made in thier soap factory in the Yorkshire Dales using water supplied from The Yorkshire Moors. All ingredients are sourced as locally as possible to ensure miniml impact on our planet. All Miniml products are formulated and developed by our in-house chemists and tested by our passionate team of minimalists.
The Revel Bakery produces artisan bread whilst the the other side of the business Revelicious produces the patisserie. They are based in the local community of the Revel Parishes at Little Walton, Pailton, Warwickshire . The Revel Bakers believe good ingredients, time and no additives results in great tasting products.
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