In this week’s ‘Businesses of Bath’ article we talk to lovely local ladies Jess and Angelique of Ezeepeel

Where are you based and what do you do?

Our products are made in Bristol, but we are based in Bath working from our homes in Lansdown
and Larkhall. Ezeepeel produces tough and beautiful adhesive chalk and white board rolls and a
series of bespoke accessories, from mind mapping kits, To do charts and storytelling stickers. Perfect
for visual learners, doodlers, and dreamers our aim is to get your writing on the wall and your
thoughts, ideas and communication flowing.

Angelique of Ezeepeel

What inspired you to start your own business?

We found a fantastic product and watched our kids interact with it, from storytelling, kitchen games
of Pictionary to A level History revision! With no painting, no screws in walls, and no mess these
peelable rolls are the perfect temporary installation – just peel and stick for an instant work and play
wall. Simple, beautiful and all without damaging your house.

What do you love about running a business in Bath?

Everyone loves Bath, it’s gorgeous in every season, even in the rain! You are never far from the
countryside and we even have the River Avon and the canal drifting through the city bringing a
calmness to the pace of city life. Even during the lockdown, we can gaze out of our windows or take
a gentle bit of exercise around this amazing city.

Jess of Ezeepeel

You’ve got 5 mins to grab a sandwich – where do you go?
We’d love to give a huge shout out to Goodies Deli in Larkhall – still open during the Lockdown along
with many other Larkhall food heroes – who make a mean Mexican chicken baguette and the
tastiest artichoke and spinach salad.

Where’s your favourite place to book a business lunch?

Walcot House ticks all our boxes, the food, the vibe, and it has re-energised our favourite part of the
city! And the wonderful Nourish for an extraordinary plant-based eating experience that even the
most hardened carnivore\business head would be thrilled by.

Which bar do you head to after a tough day?

For cocktails and late-night moodiness, it has to be The Dark Horse, more usually though an early
evening tipple either at the Richmond Arms or the King William.

Tell us about another Bath business you love and why?

All the local independent food businesses of Bath, who have stepped up and come to our aid in this
time of crisis. They are all brave fabulous exhausted folk whom we will never forget.

What advice would you give to someone starting a business in the city?

If you love your product/business, then this city with its inspiring setting and its myriad of networks
will help you make it happen – just go for it!

and if you haven’t checked out the awesomeness of Ezeepeel then you deffo should!!!! These boards are absolutely ideal for homeschooling and a great investment!!! Plus you are supporting local! Woooo!!!