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18 Jan 2009

Bendy, clever and strong

Friends would be forgiven for thinking that my children wear nothing but Tattybumpkin clothing. I just find their colourful, hard-wearing garments hard to beat, in terms of ethics and comfort.

Created in 2004, in response to the lack of ethical and organic clothing for children, the Tattybumpkin range was inspired by yoga and movement classes, so each piece allows kids to be kids. You know; climbing trees, exploring rockpools, leaping off high walls. Clothing sizes now go up to 11 years, so my kids can happily hang out in their Tatty clobber for a few years yet. If you fancy introducing your brood to this brilliant clothing, or stocking up on a few extra items, enter the code “GPSPR” to get 20% off your purchases.

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