LESS by Patrick Grant is published today. A personal account of how having fewer, better things can make us happier.

Most clothing brands only know about wool and farming from books, but at CC our sheep knowledge is gained first-hand.

We are absolutely delighted to announce that we are now shipping our brilliant value, super quality, UK-made clothing to the USA.
First worn by workers building the Manchester Ship Canal in the late 19th century it got its name from the ‘donkey’ engine, a small steam engine used to replace the work formerly done by horses or donkeys.

We are delighted to launch the Community Clothing take on this 80s Americana icon, super relaxed, effortlessly stylish, made in our classic 380g pure organic cotton loopback jersey.

Made here, made well, made with pride. Celebrating the wonderful people behind Community Clothing.
Thank you for helping us to achieve such an astonishing figure. 
Our blankets arespun,woven and stitched in Pudsey in Leeds by AW Hainsworth, one of the oldest and best woollen mills in the world, maker of some of theworlds most famous blankets
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.