We make great knitwear. We're confident you won’t find jumpers as good as ours at even twice the price.
Why we should all be buying local.

We’re thrilled to once again be setting up shop with our good friends Pentreath & Hall in early December.


We’re delighted to present the cameraman pant, inspired by the work trousers worn by the heroes behind the lens who bring you great telly and film.

The cameraman pant is sewn from super durable 320g 100% cotton canvas. It features a sturdy elasticated waist with a heavy-duty cotton drawcord, two large patch pockets at the front and rear, and a roomy leg with a slight tapered fit.
We’re pleased to be launching the Community Clothing rugby shirt in 3XL and 4XL sizes. That’s big enough for the big lads of Blackburn Rugby Club, who kindly agreed to model them at their home ground in Ramsgreave, Blackburn.
A group of UCLan Fashion Promotion & Marketing students photograph Queen Street Mill, the country’s last remaining steam driven mill.
Next weekend, we’re having a pop up shop in the centre of Blackburn, where our head office is based, as part of the Festival of Making. Open from 11am-5pm,  you’ll find our sock shop and second hand rail at the centre of the festival.
We are delighted to announce that Community Clothing have teamed up with E.Tautz to relaunch the field trouser. 
Join us at the We Invented The Weekend festival in Manchester on Saturday 3rd June. From noon ‘til 4pm, Will will be drawing on T-shirts, postcards and anything else you care to bring that he can doodle on.
Quayside Media City | Saturday 3rd & 4th June | 10am - 6pm
Whatever your views on the monarchy, one thing is for sure: the coronation has been a fantastic boost for the business of some of Britain’s longest established clothing manufacturers.

Local photographers & UCLan Fashion Promotion & Marketing students shoot the Sanderson Bookbinders team wearing Community Clothing, in their historic mill located in Preston, Lancashire.