Email from some time ago.
Subject: Beaming Baby wipes
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2017 15:41:33 -0000
Thank you so much for your call today, I completely understand your
Our Baby Wipes are produced in Israel on a Mixed Race Kibbutz. The Kibbutz
have a policy of not being involved in Israeli / Palestinian Politics –
their philosophy is purely to promote Peace and stay focussed on core Family
values in their community.
Charlie Wynne, our MD at Beaming Baby has been to visit the Kibbutz on two
occasions and has always been impressed by their neutrality when it comes to
race, their efficiency in production and the lovely atmosphere in the
We have had several attempts to manufacture our Baby Wipes in the UK.
Initially we produced our Baby Wipes in the Midlands but sadly this company
went bust. We then moved our production to a company in South Wales.
Unfortunately this company went bankrupt with a large amount of Beaming Baby
funds! We then moved to a factory in Cheshire who produced our Baby Wipes
for 2 years costing 12p a pack more than Israeli production. We finally gave
up on this company after being inundated with faulty packs (the quality
issue rose to almost 10% of packs)and their lack of communication forced us
to look elsewhere again. No other UK factories would consider being
For these reasons, we feel that Israel is the best place to manufacture our
Baby Wipes and that by supporting the Kibbutz community in Israel we are
helping to promote Peace, mixed Race living and Organic Agriculture on the
Thank you again for your enquiry and your concern. Please let me know if
there is anything else I can help you with.
All good wishes
Extract of email from Pierre at Bluebuck 14th March
the melange socks are slightly thicker (made with 5 different yarns) than the nautical socks (made with 4 different yarns).
Cotton tie for label to Bluebuck’s socks.
Bluebuck Clothing Ltd, registered at Office 105– Aberdeen House – 22-24 Highbury Grove – London N5 2EA
Registration No 5932497.
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Office address : Bluebuck Clothing, 81 Rivington Street
LONDON EC2A 3AY
Company registration name : Bluebuck Clothing Ltd
Registered in England and Wales
Registered address :
78 York Street, London W1H 1DP
Company registered number : 5932497
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13th March Just ordered a gift pack of four trunks and requested DHL instead of Royal Mail
15th March Not a 24 service as stated as I’ve just received an email from DHL to say delivery will be 18th due to weekend.
I noted that you give noticed that deliveries by post can take 5 days [Free Royal Mail delivery with no minimum purchase (delivery within 1 to 5 days).]
By the time you receive this, in working hours it will be the 12th March, so some 6 days, albeit covering a weekend.
Could you update me on the order status please.
Of course! they arrived the next morning see http://unveiled.info/vegan/bluebuck
BlueBuck :: 81 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3AY
020 7084 6306 Number duff ??
Company registered number : 5932497
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