I'm very chuffed to announce an amazing new stockist with such a good cause in St Albans - Raindrops on Roses.
"A place where you can buy and do something special. Not only do we sell stylish, distinctive products, including the best of local creative talent, but 100% of the profits go to charity. This store was created to help raise funds to combat cancer. "
Go on, give them a visit.
The Festival of Nature was as lovely an event as I'd hoped. Perfect free day out in Bristol, with appearances with plenty of furry and feathered friends, free trees and activities and some rather nice nature-focused shopping. Here's a young chap enjoying trying out my bamboo pens. For a full write up, I recommend heading over to Erin the Giraffe, photo used with permission.
This weekend (11th-12th June) I'll be exhibiting at the first time at the Festival of Nature, which frankly sounds right up my street! Organised by Bristol Natural History Consortium, it’s the UK’s largest FREE Natural History event, attracting thousands of visitors to its programme of interactive activities, live events, and of course, Good Food and Green markets.
With the backing of the BBC Natural History Department, RSPB, The Wildlife Trust and Bristol Zoo, there will be loads of fun free activities and talks, not to mention some cracking shopping! Swing by the waterfront in Bristol and enjoy a great day out :)
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