Our Very Own January Sale!

Well, we’ve had a brilliant Christmas and a pretty busy couple of months (read our previous blog post to find out what we’ve been up to!) and to say thanks for all the support so far, we’ve decided to offer 20% off all of our chopping boards until the end of January.

Our chopping boards are created 100% by hand from the finest timbers; predominantly American Black Walnut, Maple, Sycamore and Beech. They will last multiple lifetimes if cared for correctly (care instructions can be found on our product pages) and are actually better for your knives than a normal chopping board. Due to the surface being end grain, the knife blade goes into the grain rather than against it and so keeps blades sharper for longer. End grain is also thought to have natural anti-bacterial qualities so it ‘cleans itself’.

All you need to do to order is either drop us an email, fill out our contact form or drop us a message via our Facebook page quoting ‘CHOPJAN’. The chopping boards will make great birthday, anniversary or Valentine’s gifts, so what are you waiting for?20%

Happy shopping!

It’s been a busy month…

…and I’ve still not stopped! We kicked off the festive season at Lancaster Brewery’s Christmas Market, which was a great weekend; a really good turn out on all 3 days, saw plenty of familiar faces and received some really positive feedback which was wonderful to hear at our first event.

I then spent the following three days in the workshop to then go back to the brewery for our official launch event celebrations, which again was fantastic; it was great to see all our friends and family turn up and wholeheartedly show their support – it means a lot! Also a big thanks to Chris and the rest of the team at Lancaster Brewery for hosting us.

The following weekend was spent up in Kirkby Lonsdale at their Christmas Markets which again, we received great feedback and my box of stock came back looking very bare! We met some fantastic locals and fellow stall holders – one of which took a few of my cherry serving boards to help fill up her stall at the Altrincham Market. If you like quality homeware, both new and vintage, Emslie is the one to see.

Finally, but by no means least…I’m in my new workshop! It’s all very unorganised at the moment but I will keep posting regular updates on here. It’s been quite an epic move, but I’m happy to start getting settled in and excited to crack on with my orders. In January, we will be featured in Arteria’s first exhibition of 2017, named BUILD. We are very exited to be apart of this and I’ll post more info on this in the coming weeks.

So for now it’s back to the workshop to crack on, and I’ll be doing so until I sit down for Christmas dinner!