Get ready for winter by winning a cosy wool throw from Laura’s Loom
Five lucky winners will this week win a beautiful throw from the Laura’s Loom Hebridean Collection.
Simply pull a pint for your chance to win this week’s main prize or other great prizes! Full Terms & Conditions apply.
Laura’s Loom is an artisan handweaving business based in Sedbergh, a lovely Cumbrian market town situated in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Working with spinners, dyers, weavers and cloth finishers in both Yorkshire and the Scottish Borders, Laura creates scarves and throws from wools sourced directly from farms in the Yorkshire Dales, Cumbrian Lakes and Scottish Highlands.
Laura’s Loom plays a small part in continuing this country’s long tradition of woollen weaving. The future continues to look bright for British wool, a natural, renewable, breathable, warm and sustainable fibre.
SPECIAL OFFER: Use code JB1420 to qualify for 20% off all Laura’s Loom products when ordering direct from www.laurasloom.co.uk
(Offer valid until November 30th, 2014)
Our Competition Partners
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- Hardy's Wine
- Go Ape
- The Innocent Angel
- Cumbrian Cottages
- Manor House Hotel
- George Fisher
- Trout Hotel
- Laura's Room
- The Lakes Home Centre
- Pencil Museum
- Sunglasses Direct
- The Luggage and Bag Shop
- Langdale Hotel
- Country First Direct
- Country House Outdoor
- The Lake District Cheese
- Wild in Style
- Lake District Hotels
- Peter Tyson Audio Visual
- Keswick Bikes
- Lake district lodge holidays
- Buff Wear
- Cabbage Curtain Rail
- Cockermouth Country Clothing
- Friars of Keswick
- Full Circle Lake District Yurts
- Proud supporters of Britain on Foot
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Explore The Lake
District in 52 Weeks
Week 42: Sedbergh - Sedbergh lies at the foot of the Howgills and at the hub of several valleys that converge near the town. A good network of footpaths and bridleways allows easy access to the Howgills and exploration of Dentdale, Garsdale and the Rawthey and Lune valleys. All the reserves and natural features listed can be easily accessed by public footpaths.
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