Camping cutlery tool
A multifunctional stainless steel tool with a beechwood handle. Includes a knife, fork, spoon, corkscrew and reamer/awl.
Off-the-beaten track alternatives to overcrowded tourist destinations for the adventurous (or antisocial) traveller.
Vintage travel desk calendar
Monthly inspiration from a more glamorous age of travel.
Compact, lightweight and waterproof bag made from recycled plastic.
RNLI travel mug
A reusable, insulated mug made from recycled paper cups. Keeps drinks warm for at least 80 minutes.
World map luggage tag
Made from recycled leather and featuring a print of an engraving called Newest Map of the Whole Earth, taken from the 1675 Atlas Maritimus.
Perfume travel set
Five 5ml scents and a 120g scented candle by Laboratory Perfumes, a carbon-neutral British brand that uses mostly essential and fragrant oils.
Firepot’s meals are cooked by Dorset chefs from local ingredients, then dehydrated and packed in either waterproof or compostable pouches.
from £7.45 or £14 for a mini taster pack, firepotfood.com
Snood and handwarmers
Designed in the Cotswolds and knitted in Leicestershire from yak yarn.
snood, £47, and hand warmers, £43, cotswoldknit.co.uk
A flat-pack origami self-watering plant pot made from recycled fishing nets collected from European seas.
From £16, potrpots.com
Bamboo travel toothbrush
This two-piece toothbrush has a brush and a hollow handle – the latter doubles as a carry case.
Wool picnic blanket
Designed in Edinburgh and woven in India from 70% recycled wool and 30% mixed recycled fibres.
A set of five travel-size (50ml) products from Bramley: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, bubble bath and body lotion.
Kids’ passport bags
Hand-painted in Zambia on cotton, with a hand-carved wooden animal on the zip. Tribal Textiles gives 5% of each purchase to local community and conservation projects.
Plastic-free water bottle made from wheat and bamboo. For every bottle sold, the company plants a traceable native tree and removes 9kg of plastic from the sea.
The Handmade Cyclist’s products (prints, T-shirts, mugs and notebooks) are inspired by cycling’s great roads and rides, such as Mont Ventoux, one of the toughest climbs in the Tour de France.
A four-in-one insulated blanket, made from recycled plastic bottles, that turns into a waterproof cape, sleeping bag and pillow.
from £89, voited.co.uk
Yoga travel kit
Contains a light, thin yoga mat that folds easily into a backpack or case, a lightweight microfibre yoga towel and a yoga belt.
Woodland den kit
Everything a child needs to build a den: tarpaulin, groundsheet, pegs, rope and a mallet made in Shropshire from coppiced wood.
This pack of 36 cards is designed to help people reconnect with nature in everyday life, rather than just on holiday. All profits go to the Wilderness Foundation.
Moleskine traveller’s journal
A journal to plan and record trips and store mementos. There is space for 20 short breaks and six longer ones.
Bamboo travel cutlery
A knife, fork and spoon in a fabric pouch, perfect for picnics and camping trips.
Coffee taster pack
A triple pack of coffee, bought direct from the producers at a fair price, shipped by sailboat and roasted in Cornwall. The bags are 100% plastic-free.
Fairly traded milk chocolate, flavoured with gorse flowers picked in spring along the Cornish coastal path. Tasting notes promise toasted coconut with hints of fudge and roast nuts.
An all-in-one beginner’s set – including the frame and canvas, plus advice – to create an abstract work of art, perhaps inspired by a holiday photo or favourite view.