Good Things on BBC One's Sunday Morning Live
This morning we were lucky enough to feature on BBC One's Sunday Morning Live and share some of our ethical and sustainable toys
On Sunday 24th November Good Things was invited to take part in a feature showcasing ethical toys for Christmas on BBC One's Sunday Morning Live.
Presenter Ria Hebden and Toy World Magazine's Mark Austin were impressed with the range of plastic-free toys Good Things offers, including natural cotton play sets. A recycled plastic beach play set made from plastic that may otherwise have polluted our oceans also caught Ria's eye. They both highlighted the importance of eco-friendly packaging, and Good Things' commitment to delivering products to customers in recyclable and plastic-free packaging.
It was a fantastic experience and our first on TV! Thank you to everyone involved for inviting us along.
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Good Things is an award-winning online shop that seeks out inspiring ethical and sustainable products that support charities, empower people and protect our planet. We share these products and their inspiring stories of social and environmental impact in our online store. We want to make it easy for people to find feel good gifts, and reduce plastic waste.
Good Things was founded in July 2019 by female entrepreneur, Lucy Willoughby. After spending time in Nepal and Tanzania, working with entrepreneurs setting up small businesses, Lucy was inspired to let the world know about the ethical and sustainable products she found and the projects they support. Find out more.
Since launching in July 2019, Good Things has been featured in BBC One's Sunday Morning Live, and The Guardian, won the SJL Foundations's Start-Up of the Year Contest, and the Fast Track to Growth Award. Lucy is a finalist for the Entrepreneur for Good Award at the 2020 Great British Entrepreneur Awards for the South West region.