10 British small businesses offering superb products

10 British small businesses offering superb products

Whilst at 10ways we traditionally focus on deals and bargains, sometimes simply shopping from local small businesses will provide you with better value for money than going via the mainstream stores, here is a brief selection of 10 small businesses that offer high quality at good prices.

1) Little Gift Hive

Personalised frames, Jewellery, Wedding Gifts and Storybooks

2) Printster

Personalised face masks, sequin pillows, mugs, wrapping paper, socks etc

3) The Vegan Kind Box

These monthly vegan tasting or beauty boxes are ideal for any vegans you know.

4) Dean Morris Cards

Rude, hilarious and 100% British cards, pens, badges etc.

5) Philip Jones Jewellery

UK Jewellery Designer that sells a wide selection of products at affordable prices. You can normally get 50% off the RRP but failing that try their Amazon Store for similar savings.

6) Socks in a box

Quality socks, made from sustainable bamboo, they also help to support homeless charities with every purchase.

7) Bottle in a box

Alcohol gift hampers (over 300) for any occasion, well awarded for their pairings and service.

8) Approved Foods

This company specialises in clearance food and drink, whether it’s close or past its best before date, you can grab some bargains on food that is perfectly fine to eat.

9) Little Karma Co (15% off with this link)

Handcrafted refillable candles made in the UK, packaged in sustainable and eco-friendly materials with optional personalisation.

10) Letterbox Gifts

Beautiful gifts sent via a letterbox parcel, whether it’s pampering sets, sweet treats, new baby or wedding gift they have something for everyone.

 

 

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