Join us during recycle week for an evening discussing ways to be sustainable without breaking the bank. Supported by Positively Putney. 

Hosted in our Pop-Up Putney shop at 225-231 Upper Richmond Road we will have some fantastic speakers who will give their expertise on how to reduce, reuse and recycle.

Ideal for anyone looking to reduce their waste and learn how to upcycle either a newly loved second hand item or to give some TLC to one of their favourite possessions they can't throw away! There will also be some networking drinks and light nibbles. Free to attend but please do book a ticket here to allow us to manage refreshments.  



Susan Muncey  from Shop Curious Sustainable Style on a Shoestring  

As she prepares to launch a new retail venture, Susan has offered to share some of the tips of her trade – what to look for and where to source vintage and second hand clothing, furniture and gifts.  

An early proponent of sustainable style, fashion historian, writer, trend forecaster and collector, Susan Muncey, has had a long and fascinating relationship with vintage and second hand clothes – soon to be revealed in a forthcoming book. 

In the mid 1990s, she swapped her City career for a slower lifestyle, setting up a unique concept store - Fashion Gallery - selling vintage and contemporary fashion, furniture, art and accessories. Then, in 2008, she launched an online curiosity shop, ShopCurious, offering handmade and designer vintage fashion, unique accessories, unusual gifts, handcrafted and eco-friendly things for the home.

Susan will share some of the secrets of how she shops on a shoestring, and will also provide a small selection of curated charity pieces for sale, along with personal styling tips and expert advice. 

James Perry Founder of social enterprise LocoSoco Saving the Planet One Squirt at a Time

James left an early career in financial markets to pursue his ambitions of creating assets in communities.

On his journey James has been developing his business LocoSoco to redefine retail to create community wealth and invest in building local enterprise.

Working closely with Social Enterprise International and FairShares principles to enable businesses where founders, investors, customers and workers are rewarded fairly for their participation.

Saving the world one squirt at a time is about showing how we can create and keep value in our communities whilst attacking problems of reducing plastic waste. 

Ashley Jordan - One Stop Organisers, declutter, clear and organise homes and offices!

Over the past 16 years Ashley and One Stop Organisers have helped 100s of clients clutter clear and organise homes and offices, ensuring that their spaces work for them. 

A vast portion of Ashley’s work involves downsizers who have both their own and their grown-up children’s possessions in the family home. 

They can be reducing their space by up to 75% creating a challenge that Ashley relishes. No job is too big or too small, and Ashley can also write clutter clear plans to help people who want to go it alone.