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Premium brand Fred Perry launches British wool collection Premium brand Fred Perry launches British wool collection 22 November 2021 The iconic tennis brand Fred Perry, has launched 3 new styles of knitwear using British wool. Read
British Wool looks forward to the Royal Welsh Winter Fair British Wool looks forward to the Royal Welsh Winter Fair 18 November 2021 British Wool are looking forward to attending the Royal Welsh Winter Fair at the showground in Builth Wells next week (Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th November) and visitors to the British Wool stand will have the opportunity to gain a detailed understanding of the work being done on behalf of UK sheep farmers by British Wool. Read
Notice of Annual General Meeting Notice of Annual General Meeting 13 October 2021 Notice is hereby given that the seventy first annual general meeting of producers registered under the British Wool Marketing Scheme 1950 will be held virtually. Read
British Wool embraces Wool Week British Wool embraces Wool Week 4 October 2021 This week sees the start of Wool Week (4th - 31st October). Each year this event is used to amplify the wool message to consumers, and as part of this British Wool will be targeting consumers with a few key themes during this period. Read
Prices and demand at British Wool auctions continue to increase Prices and demand at British Wool auctions continue to increase 24 September 2021 The fifth British Wool sale of the 2021 season took place this week and despite challenges in terms of haulage, transport and energy prices, the wool market sees continuing strong demand and improving prices. Read
New Demand for British wool Carpets New Demand for British wool Carpets 20 September 2021 Wool Britannia is a new 100% British wool carpet yarn which has been developed by the Headlam Group Plc in partnership with British Wool and with the support of the Campaign for Wool. Every linear metre of the yarn includes wool sourced from farms situated in each of our four nations – England, Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales, making it truly British wool. The aim of this yarn is to increase the usage of British wool in carpets and, in turn, help local farmers and the environment. Read