Conscious shopping in Bristol just got easier!
Good Things is an independent, Bristol-based, online store selling ethical and sustainable gifts with a positive impact.
This Christmas, they will be hosting their first ever pop-up shop in the city centre, throughout November and December.
Conscious shoppers will be able to choose from hundreds of goods that support charities, empower people and protect our planet.
These include a wide range of gift ideas, as well as handmade Christmas decorations, recycled wrapping paper and recycled Christmas cards creating positive change.
Founder Lucy Willoughby launched Good Things after working in the charity sector:
“I saw for myself the devastating impact plastic pollution is having on the natural world, and how social enterprises around the world are creating well-paid work and opportunities for marginalised people, and reducing our harm to the planet.
I wanted to do something to support their work and increase their impact, so I decided to seek out products creating a positive difference and make it easy for people to find them in one place.
It’s so exciting to be launching a physical shop here in Bristol. The city has an incredible reputation for supporting independent businesses and for championing sustainability and Fair Trade.
By shopping at Good Things this Christmas, people can choose to support local, national and international projects.”
New for the pop-up, Good Things will be stocking a range of handmade goods created by displaced artisans living in refugee communities around the world.
Good Things launched its shop on the ground floor of The Galleries on Saturday 12th November and the shop will be open Tuesday – Sunday until Saturday 24th December.
Find out more about Good Things and browse the range online: https://www.goodthingsgifts.co.uk
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