Scoop and Scales Pop up Refill Shop – Saturday 15th August (10am -4pm)

Buyers' club boxed goods ready for delivery
After the success of our first  pop-up shop last weekend, we are running our second event this Saturday! Come on down to the Old Sunday School (Heritage Centre), Roe Street, Macclesfield, SK11 6UT  to see what we’re up to and stock up on the items you need. (The entrance to the shop is through the doors on the Exchange Street car park side of the building).

Bring your containers (or use one of our compostable paper bags or second hand jars) and purchase a wide range of items in an environmentally friendly way. We will be selling:

– Lentils (green and red)
– Oats (organic jumbo and porridge)
– Cereals (bran flakes, bran fruit and fibre, tropical oat crunch and Organic muesli)
Great Rift breakfast blend loose leaf tea (Fairtrade)
– Seeds (Sunflower seeds, Chia seeds and pumpkin seeds)
– Nuts (Walnuts, Brazil nuts, peanuts, whole cashew nuts and mixed nuts (peanuts, cashews, almonds, brazils, walnuts)
– Baking supplies (strong white flour, self-raising flour, desiccated coconut and light soft sugar)
– Herbs & spices (turmeric, paprika and mixed herbs)
– Pasta (Organic whole wheat fusilli / Organic white fusilli – pasta)
– Rice (Brown long grain rice and Basmati rice)
– Pulses/grains (Cous cous, green split peas and dried chickpeas)
– Dried fruit (Pitted whole organic dates (Fairtrade), Dried cranberries, Black jumbo raisins and sultanas
– Snacks (Milk chocolate honeycomb, milk chocolate raisins, yoghurt coated peanuts, yoghurt coated banana, Bombay mix andSpicy noodles)
– Oils (extra virgin rapeseed oil and extra virgin olive oil)
– Cleaning liquids (fabric conditioner, washing up liquid, multi-surface cleaner, laundry liquid)
– Personal hygiene products (hand soap, clear and simple shampoo, aloe & tea tree bodywash, coconut and argan oil bodywash).

What should I bring?
You don’t need to go out and buy new containers especially. It’s great if you can re-use what you already have at home. Containers that are lightweight and have a large opening are best. Consider using:
– Your tupperware
– Large ice cream and yoghurt tubs
– Cereal bags
– Pasta packets
– Re-use the paper bags from last time
What about liquids?
It’s best to use like for like e.g. washing up liquid is best going in a washing up liquid bottle. So, as you start to come to the end of a bottle at home, save it and bring it along to refill! Also – don’t forget to take a liquids label and attach it to your bottle – you’ll see them at the liquids station.
What should I do if I forget?
We always have paper bags available as well as a spare stock of jars, bottles and containers. We are always looking for more containers so please donate them – we’ll be very grateful!

 

We also have a range of items ready to go:

– Tinned foods (organic plum tomatoes, organic mixed beans, Canellini beans, chickpeas, kidney beans)
– Reuseable face masks
– Tea stainers
– Happy Valley honey
– Beeswax and vegan wraps
– Tatama Coffee (beans and ground)Suma Tomatoes
– Make up removal wipes
– Doves Farm wholemeal self raising flour and plain flour
– Gluten free flour
– Carr Greens natural deodorant
– Shampoo bars
– Facial cleansing bars
– Charcoal detox bars
– Hand soap bars
– Bamboo toothbrushes
– Dishwasher tablets
– Dish cloths
– Shaving bars
– Recycled toilet rolls

Please note we can only accept card payment and we will adhere to relevant precautions around Covid.

We will be collecting items or Terracycle (you don’t need to separate them out). You can see a list here of items that can be accepted.

You can also donate any clean jars or suitable bottles to us. We will use these for future events.

If you have any questions, please get in touch at [email protected]