Clients doing amazing things part 4

3rd Mar 2021

What a month February was! Despite it being the shortest of the year it feels like a lot has happened. We went from freezing ice and snow to sunshine and milder days, from full lockdown to plans for businesses and opportunities opening back up. Our clients have been super busy too and here are the amazing things some of them have been doing...

A collage made up of 15 images of our customers and their products corresponding to the news article

Laura from Fuzzfox has been filming virtual PE classes for kids with a historical theme.

Lottie from Into The Eco has been making beautiful things from fabric scraps. Zero waste sewing at its absolute best!

Laura and Kate from The Book Club Review shared their essential list of lockdown reading.

Ethical accountant, David of Green & Moore share their tax saving tips and offered to answer accounting FAQs

Laura from Wildlife Garden Project was on BBC Cornwall talking about wildlife gardenening during lockdown and how the project started.

Francesca from Ethical Unicorn highlighted the importance of HIV testing and took a HIV test to show how easy it is done as well as shared some facts about HIV/AIDS.

Ethical Influencers, the digital community doing good celebrated welcoming their 1000th member.

Green & Blue shared some wildlife-friendy practical 'weekend projects' for children and gift ideas for mothering Sunday.

Claire Blackie has created her own bespoke aromatherapy products and is planning re-opening her treatment room to clients.

Share, the library of things are expanding their team and looking to hire an assistant manager for their shop based in Frome.

Greens Windmill took advantage of the change in weather which brought high winds from the south. They worked long hours once again to produce flour for the city.

Jo and the Where Does it Come From team celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight by introducing some of the people they work with to produce their ethically made garments, accessories and homewares.

Olivia of A Half Baked Idea is planning to create beautiful food once again for upcoming weddings.

Conservation Through Public Health provide training to reformed poachers to support their needs and help them to work in harmony with wildlife whilst protecting themselves from COVID-19 and preventing transmission to gorillas and other wildlife.

And last, but certainly not least, a huge congratulations to Sian of #EthicalHour on the arrival of her baby girl!