We are all looking more into sustainable products but it’s easy to forget about something you use on a daily basis like cutlery. Changing to a sustainable product which can be used while camping outdoors as well as dining indoors has to be a good move.

1.Jungle Culture make cutlery from scraps from a local furniture maker. These are zero-waste utensils, including a bamboo straw and cleaning brush, which can be used time and time again. The eco friendly utensils are completely handmade and organic, and each flatware piece is hand carved by skilled artisans who take incredible pride in their craft. Their cutlery set is £11.69

2. Hawwl.store have this great compact set of stainless steel silverware from W&P keeps a slim profile, while the silicone carrying case helps things stay clean in transit. Say goodbye to single-use plastic and invest in this W&P Porter Utensil Set. It contains 1 x Fork, 1 x Knife, 1 x Spoon, BPA Free for £17.50

3. Friendly Turtle have a stacking cutlery set by Black & Blum which is the perfect companion for those who are looking to live more sustainably. Completely avoid single-use cutlery while eating out simply by throwing this compact set in your bag before you leave home each day. High-quality stainless steel that will not rust and will age beautifully. A snap closing case makes it easy and convenient to carry cutlery with you. It will make sure there is no danger of dirty cutlery coming into contact with your bag and everything is easy to clean. Reuse every day and avoid single-use cutlery once and for all, for £11.95

4. Scandiborn have a kids cutlery set which they will love. This stylish kids cutlery set in cool black stainless steel is perfect for little diners. With it’s simple, modern and functional design, this set features a knife, fork and spoon and comes presented in a cotton drawstring bag, ideal for eating inside or out for £24.85

5. Joseph Joseph compact stainless-steel cutlery set which means you don’t need to compromise on quality over convenience when eating on the move. Consisting of a knife with a magnetic handle, a fork and a spoon, the set fits beautifully together and comes with its own silicone carry case to keep everything clean before and after use. Silicone storage case keeps cutlery clean for £15.00


The UK’s popular nature extravaganza is back this June. The 30 Days Wild annual challenge invites participants to commit a ‘random act of wildness’ every day through the month of June. Activities include listening to birdsong, taking photographs of wildlife and planting seeds.

This year The Wildlife Trusts is asking those taking part to kick-start their challenge with a Big Wild Breakfast outdoors on June 1st to see how much wildlife you can spot in 30 minutes!!!

It’s easy to register and receive resources for home, school and work at wildlifetrusts.org/30DaysWild. When you sign up, you’ll get a free pack of goodies to help you plan your wild month, plus lots of ideas to inspire you to stay wild all throughout June (and beyond!).

30DW21 Individuals Pack mock-up

You can also download the 30 Days Wild fun and simple app, available on iPhone and Android. It offers 101 ‘Random Acts of Wildness’ for inspiration, enabling you to select wildlife activity ideas from beautifully photographed wildlife cards. You can share activities and inspiration on social media, through direct messaging or email.

30 Days Wild App


“Be grateful for the home you have, knowing that at this moment, all you have is all you need” – Sarah Ban Breathnach… After what we have all been through over the last twelve months this quote is so appropriate.