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RoRd shopping tote - Roman Road Summer Festival © Fields of Light Photography

Roman Road LDN tote bags

Our Roman Road LDN tote bags come in lots of bright colours, help support local shops, and are an eco-friendly alternative to plastic shopping bags.

The Roman Road tote bag measures 36cm (14in) wide and 41cm high (16in) and is made of 100% cotton. They are available in five colours: two limited edition festive colours, Berry Red and Holly Green, as well as Cyan Blue, Shocking Pink and Sunflower Yellow.

Berry red Roman Road LDN tote bag 

Berry red cotton Roman Road tote shopping bag.
Berry red cotton Roman Road tote bag

Holly green Roman Road LDN tote bag 

Holly green cotton Roman Road tote shopping bag.
Holly green cotton Roman Road tote bag

Cyan blue Roman Road LDN tote bag

Cyan blue cotton Roman Road tote shopping bag.
Cyan blue cotton Roman Road tote bag

Shocking pink Roman Road LDN tote bag

Shocking pink cotton Roman Road tote shopping bag.
Shocking pink cotton Roman Road tote bag

Sunflower yellow Roman Road LDN tote bag

Sunflower yellow cotton Roman Road tote shopping bag.
Sunflower yellow cotton Roman Road tote bag

 


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Tabitha Stapely

Tabitha Stapely is the founder of Social Streets, a not-for-profit media company bringing high-quality journalism back to local communities, particularly those in disadvantaged or neglected areas. Prior, Stapely was a writer and editor for national titles including The Telegraph, Elle and Red magazines.

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