In celebration of launching our first ever collaborative pop-up shops with Roar Fitness, we're offering you the chance to win £100 to spend at Chief and Turtle, 5 in person classes and 3 months of online classes!
In participating in fitness, exercise and sports of all kinds we unite. We create positive communities where community spirit thrives, we create safe spaces for people to express themselves, we come together to support each other, to raise each other, to feel part of something bigger than just us.
We've launched an anti-landfill page to help reduce waste and offer you the chance to purchase sustainable clothing for less. Shop photoshoot samples and ex-display items at 50% off!
We've launched rewards! Earn points as you shop, from reviewing the products you've bought, to sharing on your socials and telling your friends! Come learn more about how it all works...
Pakistan is currently suffering severe flooding as a result of climate change. Glaciers in the country are melting causing devastating affects, it is thought 1 in 7 people in the country have been affected by the flooding so far.
Here are our top picks for some heart pumping activities without stepping foot in a gym! We've got options suitable for children, and others just for adults.
Whether it's wonky bread, rescued coffee pods or food from local sources that you can pick up at a massively reduced cost to avoid it going to waste, we've got 5 exciting companies you'll want to have on your radar.
Finding the right high support sports bra can be tricky. In this post our expert buyers give you advice on the key design elements to look for and some of Chief and Turtle's best picks.
From easy life hacks to keep you cool in the hot weather, to the best fabrics to wear and our top lightweight clothing picks to keep you comfortable.
Did Love Island just get sustainable? Love Island is back and we're very excited to see that they've ditched the fast fashion brands in favour of a curated wardrobe sourced from pre-owned clothing from Ebay
Is the Queen environmentally friendly? Here's some things you might not know about the Royal Family's environmental efforts...
Fun fact - The Vikings coined the term “honeymoon” because they used to drink lots of mead for the first month of marriage! Come find out more about bees and how we can help them thrive.