In an effort to promote sustainable living and protect the environment for future generations, national healthcare charity Sue Ryder has introduced the Eco Living range to its Pinner shop.
The store, located on Barters Walk, now offers a selection of contemporary and eco-friendly everyday items that are not only affordable and of superior quality but also environmentally conscious. The new range includes soap bars, organic produce bags, compostable sponges, and reusable food wraps, all designed to combat waste and plastic pollution without compromising on style or finish.
Sue Ryder’s retail shops have embraced the growing zero-waste movement in the UK, aiming to raise awareness about the impact individuals have on the planet. By making sustainable living more accessible, the charity hopes to help people across the country adopt a more eco-conscious lifestyle while simultaneously raising funds to provide expert care to those in need of palliative, neurological, and bereavement support.
Pamela Thompson, the manager of the Pinner Shop, expressed her excitement about the launch of the Eco Living range. She acknowledged the important role their retail shops play in reducing environmental impact and noted the increasing consumer consciousness about plastic usage and waste. With the new range, customers can now drop off unwanted, pre-loved items while browsing the Eco Living products, providing them with an opportunity to minimise waste and potentially find great deals.
“We are thrilled to have been selected to have these products in our shop,” said Thompson. “I have no doubt they will make a big impression on our regular customers, many of whom are passionate about doing their bit to save the planet.”
Sue Ryder is currently piloting the Eco Living range in a small number of its shops, with plans to expand it to more locations across the UK following its success in the trial phase. By taking this step towards sustainability, the charity aims to encourage more individuals to embrace eco-friendly alternatives and contribute to a greener future.