Here at Positive Earth we’re all about looking after the planet, ourselves and each other!
- We make bespoke, handcrafted furniture from salvaged waste materials;
- Create artwork inspired by nature and living in harmony with the earth;
- Run creative workshops to share our skills and benefit our community;
- Offer reiki treatments and meditation classes for self-care and well-being.
We’re Dave and Jac… We started our business in 2012 from a shared desire to reduce waste, reusing materials that others would happily throw away. Since then we have blended various aspects of our lifestyle into our work, to try and make a positive difference to the world… and hopefully inspiring others along the way!
Originally from Yorkshire we’re currently in the process of moving our business to an off-grid small-holding near Ely in Cambridgeshire. We live as sustainably as we can, considering our impact on the planet and consuming only what we need to live in balance with nature. We only have one planet and human beings have a responsibility to protect it for generations to come.
Read on to find out more about the things we do here at Positive Earth UK.
Free Online Mindfulness Workshop
Join Jac via zoom for a FREE introduction to the benefits of practicing mindfulness and learn how you can weave more calm into your everyday life.
Find out more and register your interest here.
Handcrafted custom furniture made from salvaged wood
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