The UK is set to see the biggest ever celebration of wool as The Campaign for Wool launches WOOL HOUSE from 13th until 24th March 2013
Johnstons of Elgin, the largest independent producer of Scottish Woollens and Fine Cashmere products have been granted The Royal Warrant of Appointment to The Prince of Wales with effect from 1st January 2013.
HRH The Princess Royal presents Henry Poole & Co with the Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade
Today Henry Poole & Co was proud to receive Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, who presented the company with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade; an award it views as the most prestigious business award in the UK.
Historic Scotland has announced that its drive to cut energy consumption from Edinburgh Castle, which plays a major part in the agency’s aim to reduce overall carbon emissions, is well ahead of target.
The Campaign for Wool, begun by patron His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, began its second year in Japan with a partnership with two top tier fashion retailers, Ginza Matsuya and Ginza Mitsukoshi in the heart of Tokyo, clustered with many top tier brands.
Innovation in wool by leading Chinese and international fashion and interior designers
Innovative, versatile and resilient, woollen carpet provides the perfect mix of natural performance, strength and comfort and is the perfect companion to a healthy home.
The Campaign for Wool launched in the US, with Wool Week on September 24th 2012! Sheep will be brought in to the heart of New York City, to graze freely and play centre stage in a stunning installation...
LoveWool UK (LWUK) looks set for another fantastic year with the wool lovers of the United Kingdom (and further afield too) snapping up the chance to collectively celebrate ‘real’ wool.
Staff and guests welcomed The Countess of Wessex as she officially opened the new British Wool Marketing Board¹ offices on Canal Road, Bradford on 24th July.
We are delighted to announce the launch of The Campaign for Wool ‘Wool School’ initiative - encouraging young designers to work with wool. Students from 12 universities were offered the chance to design a wool-rich jumper for a retail partner.
Wool Week involved a host of events and retail promotions. In true farm to fashion style, the events began with an ‘urban farmyard’ on the forecourt at Sydney’s historic Queen Victoria Building (QVB) shopping centre.