Wild Abandon is a friendly shop situated here in Kendal, with a big heart!
An ethical store, their mission is simple: to bring happiness to all of their customers and also to their suppliers and manufacturers who have the right to fair conditions and a fair wage. When sourcing goods, if they don’t make the heart sing they’re not welcome.
Owner, Debra Esterhuizen is a self taught felt artist with a passion for colour and beautiful things.
You’ll find Wild Abandon at 121 Highgate, Kendal, LA4 9EN. Highgate is perhaps the most prominent street here in Kendal running through the heart of town. Wild Abandon takes position between our historic Town Hall and vibrant Brewery Arts Centre.
During the November lockdown, you can contact Wild Abandon on Facebook to discover the latest products available.
We’ve been in touch with owner Debra to find out her favourite Christmas presents for 2020:
Discover a beautiful range of stunning hand made Jewellery by a London artist featured in the Victoria and Albert museum.
Browse a new collection of Nomads and Mistral ethical clothing.
Debra hand dyes her own luxury yarn in gorgeous colours and these are flying off the shelves fast! Discover a large selection of felting kits and supplies for all crafters and great starter kits for children.
Wild Abandon also stocks Thought Bamboo socks and bamboo leggings and Findra Merino base layers from Scotland – for men and women- voted best ethical company 2019!
The perfect gift for anyone shielding through the winter, Debra’s collection of cheerful cushions will brighten up the darker months.