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The £600 to £800 coffins were on display at the opening of a Garden Party to Make a Difference.
The 12- day festival allows the public to see around the Prince’s garden in Clarence House for the first time, including his vegetable patch, the hose pipe from the bathroom window to recycle water for the plants and a number of other personal touches.
Celebrities including Alan Titchmarsh, Jools Holland and Dame Vivianne Westwood will be giving talks to encourage people to turn off the lights, recycle old clothes and even share baths
He was really impressed with the coffins and asked for them specifically to be at the garden party,” she said. “He sees it is a way of being environmentally friendly all through your life. At the same time it supports British farmers which is a big area of interest to him.”
The woollen coffins were launched by Hainsworth woollen mills last summer and already more than 500 have sold. The patented line is now being sold in Europe and the US and will soon be available in Australia and New Zealand. The company hope to be selling more than 5,000 coffins a year within five years, meaning one per cent of people in the UK will be buried in woollen coffins
reading weird black majic books on his wedding night with Diana laying there waiting
contrary to my initial impression, you have proved yourself a gentlemen and a class act
I will always more than consider hemp, but I don't mind the insects eating me, that's kind of the point
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My girlfriend has been desperately trying to think of a way to turn her knitting hobby into a job, I'm going to suggest this to her