- Burgins Perfumery, York
Our northern stockist. Burgins is a jewell of a perfumery with a stack of indie scents and fine fragrances all at very decent prices. If your'e near Betty's tea shop, you're near Burgins. Do visit.
- Emma Cornes Tweed Bags
Another great British* maker. Emma loves tweed, and makes top quality bags with pockets and linings and leather straps and handy clasps so you don't lose your keys. *Mostly Scottish, hence the tweed thing.
- Karen Gilbert
Karen leads five day perfume workshops. If you'd like to take your perfume making further, She's an excellent teacher, really knowledgeable, helpful and an all round lovely person.
- Norman Yap Ceramics
If you like your stuff handmade and beautiful - and if you need a pot - visit Norman's site. He's a gem, and his pots are just lovely.
- Scratch + Sniff
The wonderful Odette Toilette runs perfume events for people who're interested in more than the popular pongs available in department stores and chainstores.
- Spread Vintage Love
A directory for vintage lovers, from handbags to cars. Including perfume.
- The 5 Degree Woolly Project
Saving the world by using up yarn and turning down the heating.
- The Scent Critic
Jo Fairley's Scent Critic website and the lovely things she said about us. (She paid for her own perfume and we had no idea who she was at the time.)
- Zetetic Mind
The Pritchards help businesses and people to remind themselves why they are here, what they love doing and how to get back on track doing what they are best at and the stuff that gives them the greatest feeling of achievement. If you've forgotten your purpose, or have yet to discover it, go here and meet them.