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Romney Tweed

Weaving Tweed from the Wool of Romney Sheep

Romney Tweed Community Interest Company was founded in 2014 to encourage local industry and tourism in the Romney Marsh and Dungeness area of Kent. It is a niche producer designing luxury tweeds from Romney wool which are spun and woven in limited editions in Yorkshire.

There are currently three Collections which are available online. 

The Heritage Collection of 16 tweeds inspired by and named after historical churches on Romney Marsh;

The Coastal Collection of 10 contemporary small-scale diamond weave tweeds inspired by the sounds and senses of the Kent coastline and including 5 new colours for 2021;

The Prospect Collection of 4 new yellow and black tweeds for 2021 inspired by Derek Jarman's Dugneness Prospect cottage.


Bespoke tweeds can be designed by appointment.

A range of products, including weekend and tote bags, sponge bags, throws, cushions and scarves are made locally by hand.


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M: 07968 057 779


"I am delighted to see the renaissance of Romney Tweed in rural Kent at a time of increasing demand for tweed with heritage and traceability, hallmarks of the Romney Collection.”

Peter Ackroyd, CEO of Campaign for Wool

“Our aim is to put Romney Tweed on the national and international maps, thereby creating jobs on the Romney Marsh.”


Gordon Kaye, former Managing Director of Taylor & Lodge, Huddersfield