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WIN – The Gardener Jacket from Wood & Meadow

Wood & Meadow has teamed up with us to offer you the chance to win your very own 100% organic cotton Gardener Jacket!

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From their home in the Lancashire countryside, Wood & Meadow curates a thoughtful collection of well-crafted, high-quality products for the garden and everyday outdoors. They work with brands who share their values and create functional and beautiful products that will stand the test of time.

Wood & Meadow was inspired by their founder Barrie Thompson’s desire to create a new culture in the world of gardening for those who love interacting with nature within their own space in meaningful ways.

Their ambition is to create a space for the conversation around how we can redefine how we interact with nature and the outdoors, reclaiming the conversation from those who seek to tame or conquer nature. 

The Gardener’s Jacket is the first item in their own line of products, which they’ve partnered with local craftspeople to manufacture in Lancashire. They believe in supporting local, independent businesses where they can.

The Gardener Jacket is workwear that’s designed to be elegant and utilitarian, with the defining features of simplicity, symmetry and quality.

A work jacket that was inspired by the garden and is made to be worn by anyone, anywhere.

Well made from a beautiful raw selvedge denim, from 100% organic cotton. 
Two generous front pockets and two hidden inside pockets, corozo buttons and subtle orange selvedge detailing.

It’s neppy, hardwearing work jacket that will age beautifully over time.

Find out more about Wood & Meadow and their products here.

To be in with a chance to win this amazing prize simply answer the following question and enter your details below.

Where in the UK is The Gardener Jacket manufactured?

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