Thursday, 15 November 2007


This weekend sees the first of a couple of ECO CHRISTMAS fairs coming up.

It's never too early to start finding your ethical, sustainable and green gIfts for your friends and family....nobody wants those nasty pressies that get returned after the holiday or shoved the the back of the cupboard.

A Green Christmas Fair makes going green this Christmas an easy option by bringing together a fabulous range of ethical companies so that shopping,and treating one-self, can be done with a clear conscience.

Hosted by One Green Earth and Bare Faced Cheek and set among the elegant surroundings of the 20th Century Theatre in Notting Hill, the Fair will offer a diverse range of gifts including eco underwear by Green Knickers, organic home accessories by Organic Furnishings, funky recycled Christmas decorations by Revampit, organic cotton-hemp shopping bags by Bags Of Change and remade children's clothing by Restitch .

The entrance fee of £2 will go directly to The Cambodia Trust

The Cambodia Trust works with landmine survivors and other disadvantaged disabled people in Cambodia to enable them to participate in education, employment and community life.

ext weekend is the Eco Design Christmas Fair in Camden.
Friday and Saturday 23rd/24th November at
Cecil Sharp House.
2 Regents Park Road. Camden NW1.
11am - 5pm both days.
Entry is a quid fifty
And this just in...
There is an Eco Christmas Fair in East Dulwich sponsored by SNUB (yes, they SNUB plastic bags!) on December 1st at Goose Green. All details on their website.

I'm already looking ahead to the new year. I'm off to the WORLD TRAVEL MARKET today to meet with a lady who needs an eco interior designer for her eco lodge project in Domenica and also The Responsible Travel people to look for fabulous eco and ethical holidays for you to book for next summer!!

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