Aylesbury’s Sustainable Directory

Aylesbury’s Sustainable Directory includes local retailers, groups and businesses which operate in a sustainable way. We are continually building our list, so please do help us by sending in details of any businesses or groups you feel should be included, using our form at the bottom of the page.

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Repairing and re-purposing well loved garments, to give them a new lease of life and stop them being thrown away. They can alter, mend and up-cycle your clothing or turn pre-loved clothes into keepsakes like cushions or blankets.

Slow Fashion + Keepsake Pieces + Reduce Waste + Circular Living

Categories: Waste, Reuse, Repair, Recycle
Work Church Lane Oving Aylesbury Buckinghamshire Work Phone: 01296 641258 Website: http://www.theblackboyoving.co.uk

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Moogies is a community of local village pubs around the Aylesbury Vale area.  They include The Black Boy in Oving, The Eight Bells in Long Crendon, The Russell Arms in Butlers Cross, and The Dinton Hermit in Ford.

“We are committed to operating in as sustainably and responsibly as possible, consciously placing the welfare of our customers, staff, communities & the environment at the forefront of everything we do. We call this our Being Mindful commitment. Whilst we know there is still a long way to go, we have made a mindful start and are proud of what we have already achieved.”

This local pub group is making a number of commitments to operating more sustainably – like eliminating single-use plastic, switching suppliers to avoid unnecessary packaging, and using local, seasonal produce. They really seem to be focused on building and supporting the community too, including through running social events and supporting charities in the area.  

“Moogies was established in 2013 to acquire existing pubs & restaurants that were underperforming or closed & through investment, turn them into sustainable businesses, recognised & valued by the communities they serve. The company is 100% privately owned, operated & financed, allowing us to make all decisions in the best interest of the venues, our customers & the people who work for us.”

More information on their sustainability pledges is available on their website at https://www.theblackboyoving.co.uk/being-mindful-2/

Categories: Food
Work Nash Lee Road Terrick Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP17 0TQ Work Phone: 01296 613647 Website: The Chiltern Brewery Website

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Founded in 1980, this is the oldest independent brewery in the Chiltern Hills and Buckinghamshire.  The brewery shop sells a wide range of local products, and brewery tours run regularly.

  • Bottled and draught beers (refills available with Chiltern Brewery growler)
  • Local wines and spirits
  • Local condiments
  • Fresh breads and cakes
  • Local cheese
Categories: Food, Shopping
Work Ford Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP17 8XH Work Phone: 01296 312877 Website: https://www.thedintonhermit.co.uk/

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Moogies is a community of local village pubs around the Aylesbury Vale area.  They include The Black Boy in Oving, The Eight Bells in Long Crendon, The Russell Arms in Butlers Cross, and The Dinton Hermit in Ford.

“We are committed to operating in as sustainably and responsibly as possible, consciously placing the welfare of our customers, staff, communities & the environment at the forefront of everything we do. We call this our Being Mindful commitment. Whilst we know there is still a long way to go, we have made a mindful start and are proud of what we have already achieved.”

This local pub group is making a number of commitments to operating more sustainably – like eliminating single-use plastic, switching suppliers to avoid unnecessary packaging, and using local, seasonal produce. They really seem to be focused on building and supporting the community too, including through running social events and supporting charities in the area.  

“Moogies was established in 2013 to acquire existing pubs & restaurants that were underperforming or closed & through investment, turn them into sustainable businesses, recognised & valued by the communities they serve. The company is 100% privately owned, operated & financed, allowing us to make all decisions in the best interest of the venues, our customers & the people who work for us.”

More information on their sustainability pledges is available on their website at https://www.thedintonhermit.co.uk/being-mindful/

Categories: Food
Work 51 High Street Long Crendon Buckinghamshire HP18 9AL Work Phone: 01844 208244 Website: https://www.8bellspub.com/

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Moogies is a community of local village pubs around the Aylesbury Vale area.  They include The Black Boy in Oving, The Eight Bells in Long Crendon, The Russell Arms in Butlers Cross, and The Dinton Hermit in Ford.

“We are committed to operating in as sustainably and responsibly as possible, consciously placing the welfare of our customers, staff, communities & the environment at the forefront of everything we do. We call this our Being Mindful commitment. Whilst we know there is still a long way to go, we have made a mindful start and are proud of what we have already achieved.”

This local pub group is making a number of commitments to operating more sustainably – like eliminating single-use plastic, switching suppliers to avoid unnecessary packaging, and using local, seasonal produce. They really seem to be focused on building and supporting the community too, including through running social events and supporting charities in the area.  

“Moogies was established in 2013 to acquire existing pubs & restaurants that were underperforming or closed & through investment, turn them into sustainable businesses, recognised & valued by the communities they serve. The company is 100% privately owned, operated & financed, allowing us to make all decisions in the best interest of the venues, our customers & the people who work for us.”

More information on their sustainability pledges is available on their website at https://www.8bellspub.com/being-mindful/.

Categories: Food
Work King’s Head Passage Market Square Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP21 7QY Work Phone: 01296 613647 Website: The King’s Head Food Hall and Coffeehouse

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The historic and and characterful King’s Head pub in the centre of Aylesbury is owned by the National Trust and run by the Chiltern Brewery.  It is the oldest courtyard inn in England.  Opened during the first lockdown, its fifteenth-century stable barn houses their new Food Hall and Coffeehouse.  It can be found at the back of the inner courtyard.  They stock a wide range of local produce, dry food refills, and beer from the Chiltern Brewery!

  • Fresh, packaging-free seasonal fruit and vegetables
  • Artisan breads baked at The King’s Head
  • Homemade cakes and bakes
  • Food refills
  • Draught and bottled beers (refills available with a Chiltern Brewery growler)
  • Local wines and spirits
  • Gift foods
  • Local cheese
Categories: Food, Shopping, Zero Waste
Work 49-51 High Street Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP20 1SA Work Phone: 01296 394720 Website: The Petri Dish Facebook Page

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A new and burgeoning independent art, educational and cultural community centre with a gorgeous café and tea room.  Welcoming for all ages and interest groups.
Categories: Arts, Entertainment and Play, Community, Education, Food
Work 2 Chalkshire Road Butlers Cross Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP17 0TS Work Phone: 01296 624411 Website: https://www.therussellarms.co.uk/

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Moogies is a community of local village pubs around the Aylesbury Vale area.  They include The Black Boy in Oving, The Eight Bells in Long Crendon, The Russell Arms in Butlers Cross, and The Dinton Hermit in Ford.

“We are committed to operating in as sustainably and responsibly as possible, consciously placing the welfare of our customers, staff, communities & the environment at the forefront of everything we do. We call this our Being Mindful commitment. Whilst we know there is still a long way to go, we have made a mindful start and are proud of what we have already achieved.”

This local pub group is making a number of commitments to operating more sustainably – like eliminating single-use plastic, switching suppliers to avoid unnecessary packaging, and using local, seasonal produce. They really seem to be focused on building and supporting the community too, including through running social events and supporting charities in the area.  We attended some of their outdoor music events last year and they were the highlights of the summer!

“Moogies was established in 2013 to acquire existing pubs & restaurants that were underperforming or closed & through investment, turn them into sustainable businesses, recognised & valued by the communities they serve. The company is 100% privately owned, operated & financed, allowing us to make all decisions in the best interest of the venues, our customers & the people who work for us.”

More information on their sustainability pledges is available on their website at https://www.therussellarms.co.uk/being-mindful/.

Categories: Food

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