Welcome to Red Panda For Greener Living

Hello From Red Panda!

Who We Are

Hi, my name is Wendy. My husband Kev and I founded Red Panda together in 2020 with the aspiration of creating an online eco shop full of colourful and beautiful luxurious things for greener living.

We have now progressed to opening a shop in beautiful Sherborne, Dorset. You can find Red Panda Eco Shop on South Street along with other artisan businesses.

Our shop mirrors the way we like to live and we sell the kinds of products that are not only sustainably sourced and made by British businesses, but are also aesthetically pleasing; we want you to love what you purchase!

Every parcel we send is in reused cardboard, packed with repurposed and recycled paper and we only use paper tape. We are proud to be plastic-free! ♻

Our backgrounds are in genealogy (that’s me), farming, organic growing, naturalism and in helping to teach others who have similar interests. We also grow organic fruits and vegetables for some local farm shops from our three allotments and polytunnels.

Kev is a keen ‘No Dig’ enthusiast and teaches others the same principles through social media and videos. I am the creative side of the business and love sourcing new products and trying different graphics and artwork in our campaigns and on our websites. We love interacting with our customers and followers on social media and receiving great feedback in our reviews.

We live in the glorious Dorset countryside as do the rest of our family, with our beloved pets Peggy the miniature Schnauzer and Poppy the cat. We use and wear all of our products, they get thoroughly road tested on us first because we love them.

We hope you do too 💚

What Else We Do

Red Panda runs two sister sites to Red Panda Trading. The UK Café Guide ☕ is a directory that lists cafés by location and by services offered to enable you to find somewhere to drink, eat and relax when you are out and about.

Red Panda also runs the UK Farm Shop Guide 🐄 which lists farm shops by location to enable you to visit and support local growers, artisan producers and to buy regional delicacies, often with good provenance and low food miles.