Toogoodfordogs as this is a name we have used in the past for an earlier venture into making dog biscuits that could also be consumed by humans. My husband was a baker by trade and so an obvious progression. 

Chris has also been a keen woodturner for a number of years and when he retired five years ago it made sense to try and sell some of the beautiful bowls and platters that until then had been used at home or given as gifts. This would then mean he could generate funds to make his hobby sustainable financially. 

The woods used are gifted wood where possible but also bought from wood yards in the UK where we always try to ensure that the wood is from a sustainable source. 

We started to attend craft fairs with quite a bit of success but then along came lockdown so now we are looking to venture out again.

Published by plasticfreenorthener

I’m a partner and Ethical Financial Adviser, I’m Director of Eco Community UK Community Interest Company which I set up to help individuals and businesses be more sustainable.

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