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House & Garden Gifts

Quote from William Morris

There is a profound appreciation for homes and gardens in Britain, emphasising the creation of spaces filled with love, warmth, and personal touches. The notion that home is the heart of the family resonates deeply, reflecting the cherished moments spent within these personal havens.

The Eat Nourish Love Autumn Fair offers a delightful array of items curated to enhance and transform homes into cozy sanctuaries.

Imagine finding those perfect details that make a house truly feel like a home—family photos that bring back memories, fresh bed sheets that promise a good night’s sleep, vibrant flowers that add colour and life, and well-stocked bookshelves that invite you to lose yourself in another world.

Supporting small businesses and independent creators not only adds an extra layer of charm and uniqueness to your finds but also offers the opportunity to discover one-of-a-kind treasures that reflect your individual personality and taste.

The fair also shines a light on the importance of gardens for mental health and well-being. Spending time outdoors, surrounded by the beauty and tranquility of nature, provides a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you’re into gardening, entertaining, or simply enjoying the presence of greenery, gardens have a special place in the hearts of many. The fair features thoughtful gift ideas for green-fingered enthusiasts, highlighting the joy of gardening and the collective desire to cultivate serene outdoor spaces.

This deep connection to homes and gardens captures the essence of British culture and the timeless appreciation for creating spaces filled with love, beauty, and tranquility. As you explore the Eat Nourish Love Autumn Fair, remember that each item, from the smallest decorative piece to the most practical garden tool, contributes to the ongoing story of your home and garden—a story where every chapter is written with love.

Club Matters Tableware

Fabulous selection of eclectic homeware goodies. We only use recycled packaging. 

The Lancaster Company

Lovingly sourced vintage homeware. All our products are secondhand and pre loved.

Zazoo Design

Zazoo Design: beautiful, practical trays. Our beautiful trays are made from recycled MDF and Mango wood. MDF in itself is very sustainable and environmentally friendly, as it’s made from wood shavings and wood that would otherwise be discarded. 

Mango wood is a hard wood and is highly sustainable – it’s relatively quick to grow to maturity, after about 15 years. At around 15 years old it stops growing fruit, so this is when the wood is used for furniture. It’s very hard-wearing and comparable to oak for its durability.

Hunts Silverware

Hunts Silverware specialises in antique and vintage silverware and flatware. We are sustainable and original with all English made pieces.

We always make sure we use paper packaging. We reuse all packaging to ship products out. All of our products are secondhand with lots of life left in them to be used time and time again. Our business usually runs within an hour of our home. So we do not trail around using tanks of fuel. Our buying is also done very efficiently in mind of this also.

So Souk

Inspired by a journey to Morocco in 2016, So Souk’s artisan homeware collection embodies the essence of premium craftsmanship and sustainability. Removed plastics and using recycled packaging. 


Twizzell – colourful lifestyle products from around the world

We use recycled paper for our paper shopping bags, we use recycled saris to make napkins and blankets. All our postal packaging is made from recycled paper and can be recycled too. Our plantable seed cards are made from recycled cotton waste and embedded with seeds.

Bowl Sisters

Bowl Sisters. With exquisite patterns & finishes, our decorative bowls made from sustainable mango wood, dress any table.

Our decorative bowls are made from sustainable mango wood (mango trees that no longer produce fruit and are therefore cut down by the fruit farmers and replaced). Where possible, our packaging is made from recycled and fully recyclable materials.

Anna Craven - Saigon

Stunning hand embroided bedlinen, table linen, bed throws, bathroom linen.

We are using linen more and more in our products. Linen is more environmentally friendly than cotton, requiring less water and pesticides. It is also known for its ability to expedite the healing process, to alieviate pain and inflamation.

The Potting Shed

Seasonal silk flowers, single stems, bunches and arrangements. No plastic used, all wrapping is paper.


Natural, refillable products for the home & body. 

Our products are planet friendly, natural, non toxic, biodegradable, vegan and cruelty free. We use essential oils to leave your home smelling like a spa. The glass bottles are for life and can be refilled forever with our 1 Litre or 3 Litre refills.

Mugs Jugs and More

Hand decorated pottery, oven to tableware.

My pottery arrives in bubble and I recycle that to customers. I also use the boxes that it comes in to pack for fairs and when we post pottery.

Paloma Lily

Artisan florals, luxury scented candles, houseplants, botanical gifts.

Recycle packaging, compost green waste, reuse water. 

Barty's Trading Co

Wool Throws, Scented candles, Savon de Marseille, Gifts. Where possible we source locally made products. We also produce our metal Garden Art here at home in Frome. We only travel to South & South West based shows therefore minimising mileage. 



Enter below for your change to win £100 worth of great prizes.

This is a UK mainland only competition. Competition closes 10pm on 10/06/21. Winner will be contacted via direct message or email.