Feel Good Drinks Peach & Passionfruit 24 Pack Sparkling Flavoured Water - 100% Real Fruit Juice Fizzy Soft Drink - Low Cal, No Additives, No Added Sugar No Sweeteners, 330ml Cans
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Activity lover: Visit Lyndhurst where you can hire bikes and explore the extensive cycle trails – wheel your way around Denny Wood to the south east, or plan ahead using the New Forest cycle route guide. If you feel like getting out on the water, drive down to beautiful Beaulieu and go canoeing or kayaking. I did a Masters Degree in International Political Economy, really exploring conscientious capitalism and how we can have a capitalist system that's a bit fairer and creates more opportunities for all. That really inspired me to go into a business career. I really wanted to stay around Wales, but there wasn’t the work for me at the time. The trouble was I knew I had to be close to the sea, so I settled in West Dorset where I still am now with my family. It always meant I could be close enough to London and Bristol for work, but still surf as regularly as possible. I love it here! Work wise I got into the food and drinks industry, starting my career with Clipper Teas, the World’s first fair trade organic tea company. They are a great brand, cool business and the founder became a really good friend and mentor. How did it start with Feel Good Drinks? The brief was to move Feel Good Drinks Co. on from its one-dimensional health message to a more holistic, wellbeing alternative. As well as the new drink formulation the re-launch aims to hero a new brand concept committed to sustainability and boosting the wellbeing of the world. This has been brought to life via the inception of the ‘3% for People and Planet Fund’ – whereby Feel Good drinks will give 3% of sales to charities and non -profits that support personal and planetary wellbeing. The agency developed a refreshingly minimalist design, providing stand out and calm on a busy shelf fixture. They created an ownable logo – the smiling and peaceful ‘zen’ face – a flexible visual mnemonic that is incorporated into the brand name, and can also be used independently as a signifier, favicon and animation in the broader brand world.
Activity lover: Rent a paddleboard from one of a number of water sports outlets on the beach. Don’t miss the Ammonite Pavement at the southwest end of town! The Collaborators developed a refreshingly minimalist design, providing stand out and calm on a busy shelf fixture. They created an ownable logo – the smiling and peaceful ‘zen’ face – a flexible visual mnemonic that is incorporated into the brand name, and can also be used independently as a signifier, favicon and animation in the broader brand world. You can either stay at Durdle Door to experience the morning magic once more or drive just under an hour to your next destination, Seatown and stay at Golden Cap Holiday Park. Visit the Anchor Inn for an evening drink or take a picnic on the beach. Day 4 – Seatown and West Bay Records the default button state of the corresponding category & the status of CCPA. It works only in coordination with the primary cookie.Walk past almost any chemist these days, and you’ll see a windowful of CBD-based products, and demand for the stuff is now so great – particularly over the last stressful few months – that it has migrated into drinks as disparate as as soft drinks, tea and gin. And it’s legal. Mary Lewis, creative director at The Collaborators, said, “It really does ‘Feel Good’ to take the brand up a level and give people a better choice on how they consume. We’re proud to see that our approach and our new design has been well received and we hope this marks a happier, healthier new chapter for Feel Good drinks.” Refuel: Visit Clavell’s in Kimmeridge for locally sourced “field to fork” food. Head to the pub at Worth Matravers to warm up by the fire or cool down in the garden, depending on the season! The Bristol-based agency has transformed the brand into one that “not only tastes good, but does good too.” A cookie set by YouTube to measure bandwidth that determines whether the user gets the new or old player interface.
Mary Lewis, Creative Director at The Collaborators said, “It really does ‘Feel Good’ to take the brand up a level and give people a better choice on how they consume. We’re proud to see that our approach and our new design has been well received and we hope this marks a happier, healthier new chapter for Feel Good drinks.” Feel Good aims to keep their mission upbeat and positive by helping people make time for the things in life that make them feel good, they call them Feel Good Moments. Whether that’s a walk in the park, a yoga session, paddle-boarding or talking to your neighbour, Feel Good wants to give people a better choice about themselves and the world they live in. They believe when you feel good, everything else will follow. Surfing played such a big role in the hard times in my life, so I just love knowing that by working with The Wave we can help give more people access to water who really need it and can benefit from it. It’s all about the chance to taste it, and the good impact it can have on your life. I think surfing has never had a bigger role to play. Surfing is just so relevant for blue health. So this is about allowing people - particularly disadvantaged young adults in Bristol - to access the things that we love and make us feel good. And it’s not just about surfing, and waves, but the behavioural and mental health change that being in or near the water can foster, overcoming fears and gaining confidence. Food and drink branding specialists, The Collaborators have repositioned and rebranded Feel Good Drinks to give it a more ownable and purpose-led proposition. The Bristol-based agency has transformed the brand into one that not only tastes good, but does good too. The Feel Good Drinks Company is a soft drinks company based in the United Kingdom. It is run as an incubator brand and owned by Nichols plc. It sells in supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and bars across the United Kingdom.
Beach bum: Head down to pristine Sandbanks Beach, which has won the converted blue flag award for over 30 years in a row. The Collaborators rebrands Feel Good Drinks to give consumers a better choice for themselves and the planet. Activity lover: Sandbanks beach offers windsurfing, paddleboarding, or a boat trip along the Jurassic coastline towards Swanage. Happy hiker: On foot, Bolderwood to the west of Lyndhurst and Rhinefield to the southwest both have incredible ornamental drives that make for great walking; Rhinefield has some of the tallest trees in the New Forest, while Bolderwood features the 500-year-old Knightswood Oak, and Highland Water for a peaceful meander along the river. Both areas of woodland have an extensive trail system for walking.
Refuel: In Seatown, the Anchor Inn offers great pub food, or at the weekend try the woodfired pizza at Chariot of Fire. Over in West Bay, there are plenty of options; our recommendation is Rise where you can enjoy a refreshing Feel Good drink and delicious food Find the right wave for you. The Wave Academy has been shaped by our experts to help all our waveriders progress as far through our wave settings as they want to.The Feel Good brand continues to encourage our consumers to recycle and we will continue to work with Every Can Counts at our events Wildlife watcher: You’ll be hard-pressed not to find any wildlife in the New Forest! Birds, insects, deer, and the famous New Forest ponies all make themselves at home. Venture down a quiet path and keep still, waiting for creatures to reveal themselves, or visit Bolderwood deer sanctuary for some guaranteed sightings.
The Wave is close to junction 17 of the M5 motorway in South Gloucestershire, just 20 minutes from Bristol City Centre. Diana Johnson on Supply chain responds to government’s ‘simpler recycling’ proposal: ‘Well, I've got to say, the government's "simpler recycling"... ‘Whilst we have a strong focus on the climate, we continue to support community programs and we were excited in 2021 to announce our partnership with The Wave in Bristol. Feel Good is a supporting partner for the Waves of change program; where we help young people realise the benefits of the water and blue health. This program will grow in 2022 and we are aiming to run courses across 12 weeks throughout the year. Feel Good aims to keep their mission upbeat and positive by helping people make time for the things in life that make them feel good, they call them Feel Good Moments. Whether that’s a walk in the park, surfing in the sea, or talking to your neighbour, Feel Good wants to give people a better choice about themselves and the world they live in. They believe when you feel good, everything else will follow. Refuel: Sandbanks offers plenty of cafes and restaurants. On Bownsea Island visit the National Trust café for delicious food and glorious views. Feel Good General Manager, Ed Woolner, explains; ‘ The launch of this new format will offer convenience for our shoppers, providing a middle ground between our current formats of one and twelve cans. We are very much aware of the growing demand for soft drinks, with low or no added sugar or sweeteners but also drinks that are created using natural ingredients and offer added health benefits so want to ensure that Feel Good Drinks is the go to choice in this category. With sustainability and the environment also being a core pillar of our brand our drink is a drink to ‘feel good’ about.’