Local Businesses We Support

Being a local independent cooperative business we believe it is crucial to support other local independently run businesses. So here are a few we think are worth checking out.

                         

           

 

A small Barbers & Hairdressers set up for the Students and Staff at the UEA that also cater to the wider community.

Specializing in Vintage Men's cuts, Modern Women's cuts and Gender Neutral cuts, they even have disabled access!

Check them out @ https://www.hairstream.co.uk/

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                    A national Charity that nourishes the hungry 

                      and lonely in our communities with delicious 

                   meals and great conversation, using food 

            which would otherwise go to waste.

      Go and enjoy company and conversation with others from your local area over a delicious meal, prepared with care by FoodCycle volunteers. 

Everyone is welcome, no matter your background or circumstances. No referral needed, just turn up. 

Check them out @ https://www.foodcycle.org.uk/location/norwich/

 

 

 

Specialists in Grit Blasting and Powder Coting 

This is where our staff take their bicycles for a fresh coat of paint and a bit of TLC. We've even taken some of our second hand bicycle here for a repaint before selling them.

They have time to answer any questions you may have and will always make sure the finish is right for you.

Check them our @ https://www.colorcote.co.uk/

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They are a small cooperative run printing business based in Chapeltown, Leeds. 

Using 100% recycled paper and ethical natural inks.

We've been using them for years to print our health check and receipt documents. And they have always done a wonderful job!

 

So check them out @ https://www.footprinters.co.uk/ 

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Fancy a bicycle basket just for your bicycle?

 Then Jonathon is your man.

Making baskets using natural and

local materials is an ancient tradition

and an environmentally sound solution

to a sustainable future.