Help The Little Wool Company realise their dreams in the next step of their development

Ruth Strickley of Devon based The Little Wool Company says we have had some support but we need much more if we are to reach our target and it’s really important because it’s very difficult for small businesses to gain funding in the usual way. Our own products are from our own animals and processed in the UK. You can join our journey and support my project here

Ruth Strickley went on to say “I don’t expect something for nothing and so I am offering rewards for pledges. There are a range of rewards (something to suit every budget) from gift vouchers to spend on my new website, knitting kits, gift baskets and luxury alpaca bedding. Everyone who pledges will also be entered into an end of project raffle which will be held if I hit target. Therefore there are lots of opportunities to receive a lovely alpaca treat.

Crowdfunder is the UK’s largest rewards-based crowdfunding network having launched more than 4000 projects and raised over £2m – helping people make their great ideas a reality.

Crowdfunder works by offering the crowd the opportunity to pledge to a project in return for a reward.
Phil Geraghty, Crowdfunder MD, said: “Crowdfunder is about bringing communities together to make great ideas a reality.”
“Janine Thomas said: “Good luck with your project, you deserve it as you have great products. It’s great to see The Little Wool Company get this far, I can’t wait for them to reach 100% so that I can receive my reward”

For more information on the project and to pledge visit


Editors notes: For more information please contact: Ruth Strickley
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