Have you heard of H U M B L E ? ?

The recently opened store provides a wide range of products from homeware, books, gifts, cleaning products, beauty, childrens gifts-books and clothing.

A N N N D the really brilliant part to all of this is the products are sustainable, vegan where possible and of course ethicaly sourced.

The David Attenborough effect has had a huge impact on reducing plastic. And to have a shop and online store on our doorstep providing great design and products along with sustainability at the forefront is exciting!

Humble is packed full of fantastic products with great stories behind them.

Take for example the beautiful selection of wooden cleaning products/tools by Iris Hantverk.

Here is a little information about the brand: Today there are 17 employees at Iris Hantverk. The core of the business is the brush binding manufacturing at Sandsborgsvägen, Enskede – here 6 visually impaired craftsmen from different cultures make brushes according to an old Swedish tradition.

And these cute chocolate gifts for kids are such a neat idea! From the brand Playin Choc.

Playin Choc Kids contains two individually wrapped, deliciously creamy, organic dairy free chocolates and a delightful cardboard toy to assemble. The toy is one of a series of 4 to collect and also comes with its own fun facts educational info card.

P U R C H A S E S :

I love to try new skincare and am always on the look out to try new vegan skincare products. So naturally I had to purchase something from the skincare brand Up Circle, who use left over coffee grounds and brewed Chia tea spices- which often end up in landfill. These products are actually great for skincare teamed with antioxidant coffee, rose hip oil and rich in vitiam C to name a few. I can seriously recommend this my skin feels really good after using it and a little bit goes a long way. Priced at £14.99

Poppy Scrub soap on a rope- smells so good! £8.50

How great is the packaging on these chocolates!? Perfect gift purchase. From the brand Ocelot.

Ocelot use only the highest grade organic and fair-trade produce, and they use ethical business practices in every way they can. Our outer packaging is made in the UK from FSC certified paper stock. They are working on 100% compostable inner packaging. They have always chosen to take a smaller profit margin in order to create the most delicious, and most ethical product. 

Kinto Travel Tumbler: Always good to have a travel cup to help reduce on the use of plastic single use. Humble has a great selection of tumblers in store and online. This tumbler was £35

If like me you need to/like to write to do lists, notes, plans ect then you get a good notepad! And with this brands story who wouldn’t?! Priced at £10.99

VENT is a Bristol based ethical stationery brand with a mission; to help children worldwide have access to the education they deserve. Proceeds from every VENT product sold go towards global education projects getting children back in to school.

Proceeds from this sketchbook 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, VENT give 10% from of every item sold to supporting children’s education projects worldwide – that’s not 10% of profit as many organisations do, it’s 10% of the sales value from the first item to the last one sold – that’s their promise.

Humble is located at 9 Cambrook Court, High Street, Chipping Campden

01386 304019

Email: info@humbleshop.co.uk

Opening hours:

Monday 10-5:30pm

Closed Tuesday

Weds- Saturday 10-5:30pm

Sunday 11-4pm

Website: https://www.humbleshop.co.uk

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