Even our beloved, state of the art salt pan is second hand.
All of our water is drawn from the local West Coast sea water.
Sustainable, regenerative resource; nothing added; nothing bleached.
Blackthorn Salt HQ
Local builders and joiners employed throughout the restoration and
refurbishment of the carriage are local craftsman who have plied
their expertise and care exceptionally throughout the project. The
signage on the carriage was carefully done by local artist, Jamie
McDonald from near Girvan, Ayrshire.
Paint: all of the paints used on the carriage interior are
eco-friendly with low or minimal VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds)
content and are water based giving them a low odour and quick drying
Restored 2nd hand antique
Great Eastern Railway
carriage from approx. 1886
These UK-made shirts are by circular economy aware producers,
They are derived from natural materials, using renewable energy.
Famously soft flannel shirts are the result of years of obsessive
design, amazing tailoring; organic cotton flannel. Everything is
designed from the start to be sent back when it is worn out. Instead
of making waste, Rapanui make new products from the materials
recovered. It's a circular supply chain.
A pure material makes remanufacturing possible, and means products
that are softer, and not harmful to the environment.
100% Organic trousers by UK responsible fashion house,
based in Manchester.
WASH understands the effect that the fashion industry often has on
our planet and are trying to improve their social and environmental
impact as much as they can.
They visit their factories first-hand to ensure appropriate working
conditions and fair treatment of garment workers. These trousers are
Salter Malky's Journal
Produced by UK company Central Crafts, Herefordshire. Each journal
is carefully hand bound with 100% acid-free recycled cotton pages.
Nothing is done to hide the scars and marks, twists and notches
which are natural to the skin.