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In the UK 350,000 tonnes of used but still wearable clothing goes to landfill every year*, imagine the number of scarfs you could knit! This shocking figure highlights the work that needs to be done within this constantly growing industry.
We have lots of exciting news to share with you this week, starting with the launch of our newsletter.
We did it, we’re almost halfway through January! And what a month it’s been, this month started with the reintroduction of Lockdown which has knocked many of us sideways.
January is here and with it the opportunity for a fresh start. Many people chose to start this month by making resolutions, promises to yourself to make changes in different areas of your life, no matter how big or small.
This blog post is the last one for 2020 as we all take some much-needed time to rest and recuperate with family and friends (outside of course!). In a previous blog post, I’ve talked about achievements made in this tough year and how they're all important no matter how small. As this is the last post of the year, I thought I would take the chance to reflect on what we have achieved throughout this strange year, and what we can take forward with us into 2021.
This year has been filled with people doing amazing things when times have been hard. Today’s blog post is going to be looking at someone that’s inspired us greatly during these strange times.
Over the past few weeks you may have noticed the beautifully decorated Christmas trees appearing in windows and the return of beloved Christmas adverts to TV screens. This festive season there is an extra focus on spreading cheer and positivity after the tough year we’ve all had.
Learning a new skill is a great way to keep your mind and body active. There are many things out there to learn; languages, sports, crafts; the list goes on and on.
The iinouiio project is a passion for the founders and a demonstration of what is possible with wool recycling in the UK today.
How is iinouiio Sustainable?