17 November, 2016

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17 November, 2016

Visit from Keighley Association of Engineers

Great visit last week from around 25 retired engineers from the local area - they were pretty impressed by the technology and skills on show!

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18 March, 2016

Superfine Wool Growing

Interesting article about Simon Cameron’s sheep farm in Australia. Simon visited the mill last year in his role as President of the ASWGA.


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15 February, 2016


Links to the content from last years Conference



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22 December, 2015

Farewell Sheepy!!

Last Friday we said farewell and Happy Retirement to one of our long serving overlookers Mick Steele - affectionately known as Sheepy. Mick has worked for us for the last 15 years and has been a great source of knowledge and help for all of us at Pennine. Mick has also been a key player in the training of the next generation of Overlookers at Pennine ensuring all his 50 years of textile experience are passed on. Thanks a lot Mick and all the best for a long and happy retirement.

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23 November, 2015

ITMA Milan

Innovation and Investment never ceases for us, and the ideas usually start at ITMA. Plenty interesting discussions and ideas for the next phase of investment at Pennine

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16 October, 2015

Wool Week


Great insight into the work Woolmark and The Campaign for Wool are doing to promote and evolve wool.

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23 September, 2015

WOW - Super230S

Gone into loom today with the first piece of Super 230s - one of the finest yarns we have ever woven - and certainly one of the most valuable. Refreshing that we are the only weaver our customer would trust to weave a cloth of this value and prestige, certainly a test of our QC systems and people - all in a days work at Pennine!

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11 September, 2015


We had a very informative visit from Simon Cameron, President of The Australian Superfine Wool Growers earlier this week. Fascinating to discuss the issues we both face in supplying  the luxury fabric market pipeline. Despite the distance some are pretty similar! The key points of the discussion were that we are both heavily reliant on workforce skills and experience, and ensuring we can differentiate ourselves sufficiently to continue to earn sufficient returns to invest in our futures. Also brings home just how long, and unique, the wool pipeline is from fibre to garment.

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