There’s still time to check out the Ship in a Bottle sculpture at the Bridges before it sails off on 19 June.
And if the environmental message leaves a lasting impression, then you’re in luck – because we have a variety of products at the centre that will help you do your bit for the planet.
Lush, Seanik Shampoo Bar, £8
These solid shampoo bars not only smell amazing, are full of natural ingredients and leave your hair feeling silky soft, but they’re also completely plastic free.
Hotel Chocolat, Peanut Butter and Jelly Selector, £3.95
It’s important to treat yourself every once in a while, and Hotel Chocolat is a great choice for its commitment to producing ethical cocoa all the way from the roots to the wrapper.
The Body Shop, Strawberry Hand Cream, £12
You deserve only the best when it comes to skincare and The Body Shop is on hand to help you make guilt-free choices, with a wide range of vegan and cruelty free products.
Caffe Nero, KeepCup
Caffe Nero has a variety of tempting drinks to choose from this summer and along with its switch from plastic to paper straws, you can now pick up one of its KeepCups in store.
Boots, Black Matte Chilly’s Bottle, £20
An easy way to cut down on single use plastic is to invest in a reusable water bottle, and with so many patterns and colours to choose from, there’s no excuse not to.
Holland and Barrett, Faith in Nature Jojoba Body Wash, £5.50
There are plenty of sustainable brands at Holland and Barrett and Faith in Nature is vegan, cruelty free and contains no SLS or parabens, meaning it’s not only kind to your skin but kind to nature too.
H&M, Stranger Things X H&M, £12.99
If you want to be more eco-conscious then recycling is a good place to start. Hand in a bag of unwanted clothes to H&M from any brand and in any condition and they’ll even reward you with a £5 voucher to use towards your next shop.