Popup Britain offers online start-up businesses the chance to try out selling their goods in a physical space for two weeks at a time. Empty stores are taken over by six different independent retailers for their first chance to get their products onto the high street. Not only is this a fantastic opportunity for the retailers but also an inspired idea to improve the health of Britain's struggling high streets.
I was delighted to see an organic skincare company, Scully's of London, occupying a sixth of the space in the Camberley store. Their product range includes hayfever balms, bath milks and candles. They also have unique ranges tailored to gardeners and chefs. I particularly liked the Chef's Hand Cream, containing Sweet Mandarin to counteract the odours of garlic, fish and onions!
I'm really glad I stumbled across the Camberley store and hope to see more stores opening up around the UK!
Have you discovered any new brands at a Popup Britain shop near you?