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Sailcloth recycled into beautiful windbreaks, bags, chairs and much more
Sailcloth recycled into beautiful windbreaks, bags, chairs and much more

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Chale on the Isle of Wight with a bespoke windbreak made with huge bamboo poles
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And here is the article :) In good company as well as Kirstie Allsopp also has a column in the magazine.  Rush out and buy one now :)
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Not everyday we get called upcycling heros - The lovely people from reloved magazine have produced the most amazing article all about us in this month's mag.  It is a great magazine all about upcycled products and recycled goods, find it in many stores including tesco, sainsburys etc

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And another windbreak shot from the #beach in Devon
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We are back after a long absence from google+, so sorry to anyone who missed us and to kick off we have some lovely photos from a recent customer in Devon. 
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Wonderful guys at greenabode published our guest post, thanks guys and for anyone not knowing these guys go and have a look at their website. Great people doing great things

Sunsail announces sailcloth recycling partnerhsip with Wightsails.

Sunsail are pleased to announce at the London Boat Show, a mew partnership with Wightsails which will see Sunsail sailcloth recycled to create new products, handmade on the Isle of Wight.Simon Conder, UK head of Marketing commented:

”Sunsail are proud to be working with Wightsails to recycle our old sailcloth. Responsible Tourism is an ongoing commiitement to ourt customers and we are delighted that Wightsails are able to convert our old sails into new products to reduce landfill and create new products that people will use and enjoy.”

We are of course delighted and will be making many products for teh Sunsail range.

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London Boat Show 2012 at the Sunsail Stand with our deckchairs and bunting. Special announcment at 1630, which we will post up here. Below is a photo of some of our chairs.
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We have some new products.
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If you are ever on the Isle of Wight, head down to the Wonky Cafe on Whitecliff Beach, the view is always spectacular regardless of the weather and the food and drinks are perfect! Kids loved the wonky hot chocolate!!
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