Local Suppliers

Local Suppliers

At Emirates Spinnaker Tower we work with a range of local suppliers located within the 23 mile reach of our breath-taking view! Find out more about the local suppliers featured in our Souvenir & Gift Shop below.

About our local suppliers…

Southsea Bathing Hut

Southsea Bathing Hut create home-made artisan skincare products, body and bathing accessories. Samantha, Founder & Director at Southsea Bathing Hut is a proud Southsea resident.

Spice Island Chilli

Created in 2015 by Portsmouth born resident Liam Coleman, Spice Island Chilli reflects and celebrates his passion for the fiery fruit and Portsmouth City’s very own unique, cultural and adventurous maritime history.

Alison Gardner

Alison is an illustrator based in the heart of Southsea. She has illustrated children’s books, consumer magazines, printed textiles, and, what she is most well-known for now, fine bone china.

Gianpaolo Mario Photography

Gianpoalo is a photographer from Ventnor on the Isle of Wight with a passion for all things creative, inspired by nature; the sea; the seasons; family and beautiful surroundings.

The Garlic Farm

A Family Business that has grown from their Love of Garlic. The Garlic Farm grows many different varieties of garlic which originate from across the globe. As well as a full complement of Garlic there is also a wide range of delicious Chutneys, Pickles, and Relishes along with many other garlic infused products.

Bay Tree Gallery

Bay Tree Gallery is an online store dedicated to stylish prints and gifts. The chief creative behind these unique and trendy products is Kate Rees.

Chris Brunnen

Chris Brunnen, born in Portsmouth, has been commercial photographer specialising in aerial photography for over 30 years and how things have changed over time.

Southsea Sea Glass

Adele is a mosaic artist and oil painter from Portsmouth. She discovered her love for sea glass when taking long walks on the beautiful beaches of the UK, inspired by history of each piece.

Gower Lloyd

Gower Lloyd was born in Portsmouth and was brought up and lived on Point from the early 1950s to the mid-1970s. His first book, ‘A History of Point – Portsmouth’s Spice Island’ is about the untold stories of a unique area of Portsmouth.

Matt Wingett

Matt is a writer with an interest in all sorts of things, number one being the island where he lives – Portsmouth! Every step along its unique roads has a story to tell, or a bizarre piece of history.