As the holiday season approaches the importance of shopping small becomes more and more talked about. November through to January is the time where small businesses earn most of their yearly income. There is a saying I really like; ‘When you buy from a small business an actual person does a little happy dance’. Even when buying daily use products such as lawn care products or soap you can help to support someone’s dream. Shopping local is easier than ever with so many Norfolk based businesses popping up all the time.
So today, I’m going to help you out and share with you some of my favourite small businesses located in Norwich, Norfolk.
The Plant Den
If you like me, have an addiction to buying houseplants then the plant den is the place for you. Situated in the basement of Jarrolds the Plant Den will give you some serious botanical inspiration.
Image via @theplantdennorwich on Instagram
Perhaps my favourite stall in Norwich Market, Bun Box dishes up delicious steamed buns stuffed with decadent Asian inspired fillings.
Image via @bun_box_ on Instagram
A contemporary menswear shop Working Title has grown in popularity and become a much loved Norwich establishment.
Image via @workingtitle_norwich on Instagram
With locations in both intu Chapelfield and Norwich Lanes Lisa Angel is the perfect shop to pick up a unique gift for the special lady in your life.
Image via @lisaangeluk on Instagram
artel is more than your average coffee shop, with two locations, they offer coffee, brunch, and a creative community.
Image via @artelstore on Instagram
I know at the start of this post I said I was only going to share Norwich based businesses, but rules are meant to broken sometimes. This last small business is based in Hilton Head Island, where we used to live, and is run by a fellow blogger.
Since its launch this earlier this summer Rosey Rapps have taken the southeast by storm. Made by hand and in limited quantities they are the perfect gift this holiday season.
Image via @roseyrapps on Instagram
I hope you found some new small businesses to shop from and don’t forget Saturday November 24th is shop small Saturday so get out there and #shoplocal
As always if you have any specific questions or comments, send them my way! I’d love to hear what you think.
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This post contains sponsored links however as always all opinions and thoughts are my own.