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May 8, 2014 / Apley Estate - Hamiltons

Elizabeth Beckett Skincare opens at Apley Farm Shop

Elibec logoElibec in a field of oil seed rape flowers2014-04-21, Elizabeth Beckett skincare openingElizabeth Beckett Skincare opened a new workshop & retail outlet at Apley Farm Shop on Saturday 26 April.  So I’ve just caught up with her, looking at ways of linking her work with that of our resident Apley nutritionist Jackie Wilson, the Apley Walled Garden produce sold in the Farm Shop & eaten in the Creamery Cafe. Together, they create a very healthy Apley country lifestyle, already enjoyed by many of our customers.

 

Elizabeth Beckett Skincare, based in Oldbury near Bridgnorth, makes pure, ethically produced hand, face & body creams using local Shropshire rapeseed oil.  She contacted me last year & asked if she could use some Apley Walled Garden produce in her creams. The Apley Gardeners’ handcream was created & sold in Apley Farm Shop. Soon after, a retail unit became available in Apley’s courtyard, which Elizabeth has since rented.

In a recent article in the Bridgnorth Journal Elizabeth said “We are so excited about opening our first retail outlet. Since launching in April 2013 we have been amazed at the response to our ethical beauty message. People want to know exactly what they are putting on their skin and working in a space where you can see the creams being made will help to keep our customers informed“.

 

For more information on the Elizabeth Beckett Skincare range go to www.elizabethbeckett.co.uk or call 01952 730 575

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