MinorOak celebrates its history as a 1930s market building with occasional Saturday pop-ups, coordinating with Sneinton Market Square. There’s a vegan market the first Saturday of every month in the main market and in March, April and May 2017, MinorOak will hold an ethical market during the vegan market, focusing on ethically produced products and local makers.
Some of the products will be vegan, and all of them will have an ethical dimension to their use of materials and/or production. Talk to the sellers and find out what they’ve done to make sure you can feel good about buying.
Ethical Market: Saturday May 6th, 11:00am to 3:00pm
August Moon Tea : Artisan Chinese tea and teaware
Estelle imports fine tea from individual Chinese farms; the tea she serves and offers for sale is sourced by her mother back in China. She also has beautiful Chinese teaware and accessories.
Beaut-ology – Lashes, Brows, Henna Body Art
Gul Bains-Khosa specialises in lashes, brows and henna body art. Henna is a plant-derived, all natural treatment. Henna art lasts for just a few weeks, so you can decorate your body for a holiday or special occasion with beautiful designs and no long term commitment. Try a simple henna treatment at the Ethical Market – or talk to Gul about something more complex and personal.
Lazy Bass: Locally inspired, locally made clothing
A range of sweatshop free, locally made streetwear, all manufactured in the East Midlands.
Lings Lane Larder: Locally Made, Artisan Preserves and Pickles
Ginny makes preserves and pickles using local, seasonal, fruit and vegetables and Fair Trade sugars and spices.
RainPebbleDesigns: Handmade Jewellery for Men and Women
Nicola designs and makes handmade jewellery for both men and women using various materials including sterling silver, copper, gemstones, and lampwork glass.
Skin Elixir : 100% vegan, natural perfume oils and moisturiser products
Nourish the skin you’re in. 100% natural hand-blended moisturisers and perfumes that are organic, vegan and free from toxins. Made in Nottingham.