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A new sustainable Christmas shop is opening in Dublin today

By Sarah Finnan

November 7, 2020 at 9:20am


Called The Sustainable Christmas Co, the shop is a joint collaboration between the owners of Reuzi and The Good Neighbour.

Environmental matters have taken somewhat of a back seat to the pandemic in recent months. The onset of more stringent public health measures has meant that the use of throwaway cups and other single-use plastics has slowly crept back in and so being eco-conscious in your day to day has become much more of a challenge as a result.

Knowing the importance of all things sustainability, owners at Reuzi and The Good Neighbour are two Dublin trailblazers when it comes to leading an eco-friendly lifestyle and their latest venture is yet further proof of that.

Teaming up for a special festive project, Pat and Jess have come together to open The Sustainable Christmas Co - a zero waste shop in Terenure.

Making the exciting announcement on social media, a post shared by both women reads:

'It’s finally here! The Sustainable Christmas Co. by X @the.good.neighbour is landing in the vibrant village of Terenure tomorrow at noon.

"We are dreaming of a green Christmas... are you?"

Opening for the first time at 12noon today, you can find The Sustainable Christmas Co in Terenure village.

Staying in? Lovin Dublin's Date Box meal kit is officially available to order. Go on and treat yourself!

Header image via Instagram/Reuzi

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