About Us

Where Bluebirds Fly: What we do

Here in the Bluebirds nest- we create thoughtful and caring gift packages, helping you to send someone that perfect moment when they need it the most. You can create a perfectly tailored gift box containing only the things you know they will love and use and giving them everything they need to take a little bit of me time in the way that they will enjoy, whether that is with a cup of tea and a biscuit, a warm bath and a face mask or a journal and some new pencils. Our aim to to make thoughtful personal gifting easy.

Our gift selection includes items from UK independent businesses, Small scale designer makers and Fairtrade suppliers overseas, so not only have they been made and designed with a lot of love and care your purchase is also helping to make a difference to small independent businesses.

We also make a monthly donation to The Buddy Bag Foundation which provides care packages for children placed in emergency accommodation.

Where Bluebirds Fly- Small Business Winner 2018,
SBS Small Business Winners Badge
Where Bluebirds Fly- Small Business Winner 2018, Founder Laura Clarke and Dragon Theo Paphitis

Where Bluebirds Fly is an online family run independent gift shop based in York, we launched in 2017 with support from the Princes Trust and since then we have received recognition from entrepreneurs, Theo Paphitis and Jacqueline Gold!

Clifford's Tower York, UK

Where Bluebirds Fly's is based in the beautiful city of York, UK- we launched in 2017 with founder Laura running the business alongside working for the NHS, in 2019 Laura left to concentrate on Where Bluebirds Fly full time. Since then the business has grown but still remains a family owned business with just two full time employees and a very hardworking team of casual staff and freelancers to help us out when needed.

We are often asked about our name- Where Bluebirds Fly, after losing a very much loved family member in 2014, bluebirds always reminded founder Laura of them and felt a special connection and warmth when seeing a Bluebird fly past, so the name just seemed right.