Ubiety, a vegan, natural body and home fragrance collection whose profits go to Dorothy House Hospice, is bringing its products to the Bath Walcot Quarter from 2nd December – in time for the Christmas shopping period.
Bath and North Somerset Council has gifted Ubiety 27 Walcot Street for several weeks, a space with a strong tradition of homing independent businesses. The company intends to create ‘Calm in the Christmas Chaos’ with an indulgently luxe but airy space, with plenty of room to try its relaxing and restorative products, while taking a rest from the outside buzz of this artisan quarter.
The Ubiety range is a collaborative endeavour led by the Business Development Team at Dorothy House, working with local partners from Bath and the surrounding areas including Arcania Apothecary, Limelight Bath and Supple Studio, Bath. All have a strong sense of community and have generously given their time, expertise and resources to help develop Ubiety for the benefit of Dorothy House Hospice Care. These organisations share common values and place individual nurturing care, people and the environment at the centre of what they do.
Ubiety’s wellbeing products are complemented this year by some vintage furniture and homewares provided by the Dorothy House shop on the London road, as well as natural foliage and plants, sourced from the wild and locally from businesses in the community. With the pop-up being resourced and created with assistance from amazing volunteers, including Lucy Giffen of Funkidoo, local bespoke events planning business, this is a really collaborative event, reflecting Bath’s community-minded businesses and residents.
Ubiety’s products make the perfect, ethical gift for Christmas, with all its profits going to local charity Dorothy House Hospice, to help fund end-of-life care. All products are made of natural, vegan and environmentally-friendly ingredients with sustainable packaging.
Born out of a passion for holistic therapy, Ubiety is a lifestyle brand with a range of products ethically produced near Bath that are both vegan and environmentally friendly.
Richard Howard of Arcania Apothecary in Wells and co-founder of Ubiety said, “It’s easy to create an authentic luxury brand when it is born out of a genuine heritage of holistic care. By bringing Ubiety to the marketplace we are doing something good that truly ‘gives’ in every way.”
Lou Madel from the Ubiety Team at Dorothy House Hospice Care added, “Our belief is that time spent looking after you is precious and moments of calm should be indulgent. Ubiety, meaning grounded in one space, offers products to promote wellbeing and mindfulness through calming and empowering natural formulations that are an antidote to busy, modern life. We hope you’ll visit us and experience Ubiety at the Bath Christmas Market.”