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Little Travellers hits Mongolia….

Hello Emma,and all at “little soap” Thankyou, your wonderful products arrived today. we thought you might be interested in the following,as you are clearly,and absolutly understandably,very proud of your product and “what you do” we first came across your soap whilst staying at the Ebrington Arms in late June. 2 weeks later our eldest daughter was crossing mongolia (!) on horseback to raise funds for “help for heroes” with some…

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The Big Chill = Soap Makers Dream!

As the country grinds to a halt with temperatures of -5degrees and below I am a jolly happy soap maker as the temperatures make my life so much easier – popping the stock pots outside to cool faster! Perfect! However, the workshop was too cold even for hardy little me so I dragged everything into the kitchen and, like the good old days set up over the Aga and measured,…

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Sustainable Business

We were invited to exhibit at the Visit Worcestershire Sustainability Conference today over in Kidderminster – by using local & ethical products businesses are able to reduce their carbon footprint: less miles, supporting local business, fairtrade products, clean conscience etc so right up our street! Home and utilised their new Green Tool Kit which launched today and deeply chuffed to see we are all green…. a few things we are prevented…

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Little goes Large in Wolverhampton!

The Waitrose store Wolverhampton is playing an unexpected part in the relaunch of a Birmingham-born woman’s cottage industry. Emma Heathcote-James, the owner of Little Soap Company, produces a luxury organic hand-made soap in a workshop in the garden of her Cotwolds cottage.

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“The Olds” come to help at Lower Clopton

Lower Clopton Farmshop in Warwickshire hosting a local produce day…. we snugly spent the day inbetween the ice cream ladies and the Cotswold Gold Rape Seed Oil boys……. staring at samples of stunning sausage rolls and biscuits! Fab day had by all…… the olds came to help out, why is they create more of a buzz when they don their pinnys?! This slideshow requires JavaScript.

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