The pop-up opens on 5 December, with Community Clothing founder Patrick Grant in store on Wednesday 6th December to welcome visitors.
Community Clothing creates quality woollen jumpers that do not pill or lose their shape. They work with the best British lambswool, sourced from trusted farms. The yarn comes from one mill that has been spinning in Denby Dale in Yorkshire for over 200 years and it is knitted in Hawick, Scotland, in mills which make the best jumpers in the world, for some of the best known luxury brands and also Community Clothing.
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