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The Little Green Sheep unveils sustainably sourced sheepskin pram liners

The brand has introduced a range of sustainably sourced pram and buggy liners.

The Little Green Sheep’s new liners are made with sheepskin from flocks that live with their shepherds on rural pastures across Europe. Each sheepskin is tanned in a process mostly done by hand with no harsh chemicals.

Not only safe for baby, the new sheepskin liners are environmentally friendly in that no chemicals are passed into local water catchment areas, or to the people who make them.

The anti-allergenic sheepskin liner is suitable for use all year round, thanks to its sweat wicking and temperature regulating properties, keeping little ones warm in winter and cool in summer.

Available in three colours – Mimosa, Natural and Charcoal, the liners are suitable for use with most three and five point harness pushchairs and strollers.

The Little Green Sheep’s brand director, Mark Nicholls, said: “We love to champion natural materials, and wool is at the heart of so many of our products thanks to its amazing natural benefits. From the sourcing of materials, right through to the production, this stunning product offers exceptional quality, naturally. A truly beautiful and functional addition to any pushchair. Win win!”

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