Information for consumers about British Wool Products
Ella Doran – showcasing British wool and the circular economy Ella Doran – showcasing British wool and the circular economy 15 July 2019 Ella Doran is an award winning British designer with her own homewares brand. She is currently exhibiting her latest project - Sheep to Seat, Fleece to Floor - at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP). Ella explains more about her inspiration in our latest blog. Read Blog
Great Yorkshire Show Great Yorkshire Show 8 July 2019 to 11 July 2019 The Great Yorkshire Show is one of the biggest agricultural events in England. It is set to be spectacular, celebrating the very best of food, farming and rural life. Read Events
How to sleep better with wool bedding How to sleep better with wool bedding 8 July 2019 Dr Graham Ormondroyd is Head of Materials Research at Bangor University. With a background in natural materials science, Graham has published numerous research papers on the benefits of biomaterials, such as wool, and their ability to replace plastics. Graham explains how bedding – pillows, duvets, mattresses – made from wool can help you sleep better and longer. Read Blog
Is wool or synthetic carpet better? Is wool or synthetic carpet better? 21 June 2019 With lots of different varieties, options and prices, it’s often difficult to know what to look for when choosing a new carpet. We actively promote the use of British wool in carpets and for good reason. Here’s five reasons why we think carpet made from British wool is best. Read Blog
Night sweats? How to sleep better with British wool bedding Night sweats? How to sleep better with British wool bedding 21 June 2019 If you’re struggling with symptoms related to the menopause, sleeping can often cause problems, leaving you feeling even more tired during the day. Hot flushes and sweats are the most common symptoms and can affect three out of every four menopausal women. Read Blog
A practical guide to buying carpet A practical guide to buying carpet 19 June 2019 The requirements for a hardworking hall or staircase are very different from the feeling of soft luxury you might want under your bare feet in the bedroom. Wool is great because it can achieve all these things, but what about the rest of the jargon? Read Blog
Adam Curtis Online – why British wool is so versatile Adam Curtis Online – why British wool is so versatile 18 June 2019 We all know that wool is fantastic for keeping us warm, but now the sun is shining – at least some days – how do wool products fit in? Adam Curtis, owner of Adam Curtis Online, explains why he thinks British wool is one of the most versatile fibres around. Read Blog
Rowan : why we love British wool Rowan : why we love British wool 22 May 2019 British Wool talks to David MacLeod, Brand Manager at Rowan, to find out why British wool is the essential ingredient in the Moordale range. Read Blog
Wool & synthetics – what’s the difference? Wool & synthetics – what’s the difference? 13 May 2019 Wool is an amazing natural fibre. Composed of proteins, its complexity provides many features and benefits that man-made fibres could never replicate. This means improved performance across all types of products – flooring, furnishings, clothing, beds and bedding – the list goes on! Using wool products benefits the planet in many ways - here are just some of the reasons why. Read Blog
Romney Marsh Wools: lambing - our favourite time of the year Romney Marsh Wools: lambing - our favourite time of the year 12 April 2019 Spring has sprung at Romney Marsh Wools, and lambing season is well underway. We caught up with Kristina Boulden, who runs the company in partnership with her husband Paul, to find out more. Read Blog

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