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Field to fork meets fleece to fabric.

Field to fork meets fleece to fabric.

The image of the traditional chef is one of the white jacket and the ‘toque blanche’ chef’s hat, but these days chefs are very likely to be growing their own ingredients, and to be found in their kitchen garden digging up the organic veg, sporting a handwoven, handmade tweed cap, with a provenance as sound and sure as any locally sourced sustainable game in their kitchen larder. Meet the new wave of tweed-cap wearing chefs! Glynn Purnell of Michelin starred Purnell’s Restaurant in Birmingham www.purnellsrestaurant.com, didn’t need to be asked twice about his love of caps, especially the tweed look:...

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Sussex Tweed announce sponsorship of Charlotte Kerwood-Hollands

Sussex Tweed announce sponsorship of Charlotte Kerwood-Hollands

Sussex Tweed today proudly announce their sponsorship of double Olympian and Commonwealth Gold Medal winner, Charlotte Kerwood-Hollands. Charlotte is a world-class shooter, highly regarded and respected internationally, and the recipient of the highest honours in her field of clay pigeon shooting. Sussex Tweed are proud of our association with Charlotte, who is also from Sussex, and we feel our values of high-end, high quality tweed caps fits in well with her similarly high achievements.  We look forward to supplying Charlotte with tweed caps for many years to come, and wish her every success for the future.

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Sussex Tweed face masks

Sussex Tweed face masks

With face masks now mandatory here in the UK for shops, takeaways and public transport, their use is increasingly seen as not only being hygienic and responsible, it's also viewed as a sign of good manners and consideration for others around you. Our masks are made from Northern Irish Linen and consist of three layers. The inside two layers of linen also form a pocket allowing you to add extra filtration if you wish.  Linen is a cooling material with good wicking properties, and has antimicrobial and antibacterial qualities. Sussex Tweed masks can be washed and reused and are biodegradable....

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Geoff Stocker and Sussex Tweed collaborate on new luxury silk linings.

Geoff Stocker and Sussex Tweed collaborate on new luxury silk linings.

Sussex Tweed are delighted to announce our collaboration with Sussex designer, Geoff Stocker, who is better known for his beautiful range of silk pocket squares, silk scarves and silk dressing gowns, and who has now designed an exclusive silk lining for Sussex Tweed. We approached Geoff not expecting him to be able to work alongside us, but when we asked him if he'd be up for it he replied, 'Would I ever!" From there it wasn't long until we were plotting and planning our next moves over delicious lunches at The Crown in Hastings, and very quickly Geoff came up...

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Sussex Tweed 'Windover' cap reviewed in The Chap magazine.

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Sussex Tweed 'Windover' cap reviewed in The Chap magazine.

We met up with The Chap for a splendid lunch yesterday, and some Harveys Sussex Ale...

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