Useful Resources

Useful links and resources for a sustainable life.

We have built up quite a library of eco and sustainability resources over the years. We'll share our favourites with you here. We are not affiliated with any of these sites, but found them interesting and useful! If you have any resources you'd like to have included please let us know by messaging on our social media pages.

Interesting Podcasts

Author Jen Gale has a great series called The Sustainable(ish) Podcast

"So grab yourself a cuppa, and snuggle up on the sofa ready for a good old chinwag. Get inspired by fabulous people doing wonderful things to help us all to live a bit more sustainably, while you're walking the dog, doing the school run, or cooking the tea" 
If you like these, we stock copies of her books - The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide and The Sustainable(ish) Guide to Green Parenting. 

BBC Radio 4's Costing the Earth is an insightful series about how we’re moving forward to a greener and cleaner planet. It explores ideas from a zero-carbon UK, to how man-made noise affects wildlife.

BBC Radio 4's Green Originals series explores the work and impact of the pioneering scientists, campaigners and communicators of the last 60 years who've swum against the tide to influence our opinion and behaviour on the environment.

Useful Apps

The Refill App is more than a map of free water fountains. Refill connects you to places to eat, drink and shop with less waste.


Electric cars are becoming more popular in the UK. There's quite a lot to learn about choosing an electric car, a home charger and charging when out and about. For useful information about these and other issues check out Charging At Home.

For those looking for 'lung safe' cleaning products have a look at these Lung-Safe Household Products and Cleaning Tips


Start off the New Year with Veganuary - a whole month of trying vegan recipes. You might continue all year or find a few new favourite dishes. The website has so many recipes to try.

In the summer, check out Plastic Free July - a campaign to help people reduce their single use plastic. Lots of tips, advice and a supportive community.