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Cleaning wool carpet - top tips Cleaning wool carpet - top tips 17 February 2020 Wool carpet naturally resists dirt and stains, so it's easy to care for. British Wool talks to Steve Bakker from WoolSafe, the experts in wool carpet and rug care, for some top tips on keeping your carpet clean. Read
Top tips: sustainable clothes shopping, whatever your budget Top tips: sustainable clothes shopping, whatever your budget 10 February 2020 Charl Knitwear prides itself on ethical, sustainable sourcing and production, creating beautiful pieces of clothing and accessories designed to last a lifetime. We talk to Frankie Davies about her views on slow fashion, discovering how we can all shop for clothes in a more responsible way. Read
How wool interiors can help clean the air in your home How wool interiors can help clean the air in your home 4 February 2020 Wool is a complex, natural fibre, bringing many specific benefits to a wide variety of different products. But did you know that choosing wool interior products, such as carpets, can actually help to remove potentially harmful chemicals from your home? Scientific research has suggested that installing wool carpets, curtains and soft furnishings could actually improve air quality inside homes and offices – all thanks to the amazing qualities of wool fibre. Read
British Wool: soft, sumptuous, sustainable British Wool: soft, sumptuous, sustainable 14 January 2020 UrbanBosk is the first footwear brand to receive British Wool product certification under the new licensee scheme, using verified British wool to create a supremely soft and comfortable boot lining. We talk to Geeta Rani, Managing Director, to find out why natural, sustainable materials are so important in the manufacture of each UrbanBosk boot. Read
British Wool: sustainability, heritage and provenance British Wool: sustainability, heritage and provenance 10 January 2020 Lindy Head is a woman with many strings to her bow. She’s a British wool producer, keeping a flock of 100 Exmoor Horn sheep at her farm in Tiverton, Devon. She’s a member of the Exmoor Horn Sheep Breeder’s Society, championing the breed and its wool, and also project leader and company secretary of Exmoor Horn Wool, selling verified British wool yarn to consumers across the UK. We caught up with Lindy to talk about sheep, wool and sustainability. Read
We're recruiting for the role of temporary field officer We're recruiting for the role of temporary field officer 6 January 2020 British Wool is looking to recruit a Field Officer in each of the four following areas: Northumberland/County Durham, Cornwall, Derbyshire/Staffordshire and West Yorkshire/Lancashire Read