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January 2016 Wool Directory is now closed
The Wool Directory is free and is easy to join. The Wool Producers section is open to anyone based in the United Kingdom. The Wool Users section is open to anyone who uses British wool.
Simply send us an email with your contact details and a short paragraph describing your wool related business or activity.

Important: Please read our Policies and Terms before sending us your details.This explains what the Wool Directory does and does not do, and our personal information policy. Only send us details that you are happy to have published on the internet. Please make sure all your details are correct, especially email and website addresses.
 
info@wooldirectory.org.uk
 
What to send us
To prevent spam, this is not an interactive form. You can copy the contents of the green box by left clicking before 'Contact Name' and highlighting down to 'Wool User'. Right Click and select 'Copy'. Click on the email link above and paste the headings into your email browser. Fill in the details and send to us.
Contact Name:
Business Name:
Email Address:
Website:
Telephone:
Mobile:
Postal Address:
Wool Producer:
Wool User:
Describe your wool business or activity
Write a short paragraph, keep the information to the point; if you have a website, visitors will get most of their information there.
Wool Producers - Tell us what breed(s) of sheep you have, when fleece is available, if you use the fleece (for yarn, wool products etc)
Wool Users - Tell us about your wool business or activity, are you a designer/artist using wool, are you a business offering a service to wool producers or using wool commercially?
Please note: it may take up to 2 or 3 weeks for us to list you on the Directory, so we thank you in advance for your patience.
 
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