Celebrating Women-Owned Businesses in Plymouth

Celebrating Women-Owned Businesses in Plymouth

While Plymouth may be renowned for its rich history and maritime heritage, its business community is also flourishing, thanks in part to a growing number of women-owned enterprises. These ventures, led by dynamic and innovative female entrepreneurs, bring a unique flair to Plymouth's business scene.

Let's shine a spotlight on some of these inspiring women-owned businesses and the contributions they make to our community:

Flaire Flowers - Designing & creating unique & luxury faux flower arrangements for all occasions.

The Shared Table - We host regular dining events in Plymouth and Devon. Our supper clubs, corporate packages, and community projects aim to spark meaningful connections and joy through the shared food experience.

Marbles Lost and Found - Marbles Lost and Found is a mental health community website for everyone.

Community In Print - Using illustration and creative practices to help you build agency, joy and action on the climate crisis.

SOS Swims - Social Ocean Swims (S.O.S.) is a friendly group of mums who enjoy sea swimming, or being by the sea. 

Chronic Pain Coaching - We support those disabled with chronic pain within Plymouth and surrounding areas. 

Lulus Vintage - Beautiful handmade bohemian vintage style at affordable prices. Sustainable and Earth friendly fashion made from recycled fabrics

Plymstock Reflexology - Reflexology, Reflexology Lymph Drainage, Facial Reflexology and Bowen Therapy. My aim is to help you achieve a healthier, happier and more balanced lifestyle through the use of Reflexology.

SEND Lou - Supporting parents and caregivers of children and young adults with SEND throughout England. 

Nickie Aven - Journeying with love, loss and a senior rail card Blog.

Mindful Art Club - Mindful Art Club improves mental health and reduces social isolation using creativity and conversation. We empower people to make positive changes in their lives.

EM-Magination Craft - We provide a variety of craft sessions for all ages and events.

It Takes a Village  - Our mission is to give families access to quality support and affordable, sustainable clothes and goods they need. To provide a space where families and communities can connect through STEAM activities.

Snap Dragons - Snapdragons Plymouth CIC is a community interest company that has been set up by Laura Roberts, Gia Daprano and Shelley Little.  For the most part it is a Steiner Waldorf inspired early years centre. 

Refillability Shop - 
Refillability is a refill shop based in Ivybridge, Devon. We sell a range of eco-friendly and zero waste products including personal care, natural cleaning and household products

Puzzle Academy - 
We are a fully qualified team who is dedicated and committed to deliver superior personalised courses to satisfy your needs and to comply to legal UK requirements. All the courses are OFQUAL accredited.

Léa Guzzo - Let’s create equitable, diverse, and inclusive spaces where everyone is valued and everyone’s voice matters.

White Cross Training - White Cross Training is an independent, family-run business, dedicated to providing the highest standard first aid training. 

Soul Singers - We’re a Plymouth based community interest company, organising singing group sessions dedicated to having fun, making friends and promoting the mental benefits of having a good’ol sing along.

These are just a few shining examples of the women-owned businesses that call Plymouth home. From hospitality to technology, retail to fitness, these entrepreneurs are making their mark and inspiring future generations to follow in their footsteps. As consumers, let's continue to support and celebrate these businesses, recognising the invaluable contributions they make to our community and economy.

Whether you're a local resident or just passing through, be sure to show your support for these remarkable women-owned businesses in Plymouth. After all, behind every one of these businesses is a woman with a vision and the determination to make it a reality.


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