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EVENTS ARCHIVE 2018

Wool Innovation Prize

05.04.2018
Wool Innovation Prize

Entries are now open for this year's Wool Innovation Prize in collaboration with The Worshipful Company of Woolmen and The Company of Merchants of the Staple of England, two livery companies with very long-standing connections with the wool industry.

The annual award is open to any individual who works with wool and has a prize of £10,000

Applications have to be innovative and commercially viable, for further details please contact The Campaign for Wool for an application form: innovation@campaignforwool.org

Closing date: 30th June 2018

UK Wool Week

08.10.2018
Wool Week

August 2018 – This October, The Campaign for Wool’s annual Wool Week will mark its ninth year with an extended programme of events, exhibitions and interactive consumer moments with an exciting line-up of activities and initiatives designed to educate, inspire and promote the benefits of wool. This will run from the 8th – 21st October.

Latest News

Marks & Spencer launch THE ORIGINALS – Reworked-Remade-Responsible

Introducing a curated collection of twenty five hero items. Reinventing archive pieces for 2021 inspired by pieces from the M&S archive in Leeds, with a focus on supreme sustainability paying homage to unique British legacy. M&S Originals creates carefully manufactured,

HIGHGROVE AND THE PRINCE’S FOUNDATION PRINCE OF WALES HERITAGE SCARF

Highgrove and The Prince’s Foundation have collaborated with Johnstons of Elgin to create ‘The Highgrove Heritage Scarf.’ Inspired by The Campaign for Wool’s 10th Anniversary Scarf, which was conceived by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. The Highgrove Heritage Scarf’ launched early

Alternative Flooring ‘Tartan With a Twist’ Design Competition

Alternative Flooring ran a competition for this year’s Wool Month with Glasgow School of Art. The brief was to rethink traditional tartan and make it relevant for today and exciting for domestic flooring at home. The exciting project celebrates British