Bags that save lives

Shropshire based charity FCRS, which supports a school for refugees in Guinea’s capital, have launched a range of bags known as Simbaya. Named after the area in which the school is sited, the bags produced are ‘bags for life’ three times over, being re-usable, sustainably produced, and the source of much-needed income for the women of Conakry who sew them. The colourful tote bags are now being marketed in the UK and all proceeds return to the ladies who make them out of local cloth. They come in two sizes, one of which is great for laptops, books or folded into a handbag for shopping, and a larger size perfect as a beach bag, laundry bag or a colourful Christmas present bag. Bags are available from etsy.com/uk/shop/Conakry.

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
On Key

Related Posts

Charity’s mountainous challenge

Shropshire-based charity Climbing Out  is calling on walkers to take part in its annual fundraising hike. The event is their biggest fundraiser of the year

Beth lands national award

Beth Heath, owner events company Shropshire Festivals, has scooped the award for Business Chameleon at the National Business Women’s Awards 2020/21 at a ceremony at

New shopping site for Bridgnorth

A Shropshire town has become the first in the county to benefit from a scheme encouraging more people to shop locally. Bridgnorth has just received