Our Latest charity item helping Ebbw Vale Bird Sanctuary
$25 from every jacket sold will be donated to Ebbw Vale to help continue their work.
Available in Black and Army Green
- Regular fit
- Pullover zip-up hooded windbreaker, packable, rubber headphone patch, adjustable elastic drawcord at hem, 2 side pockets
- Light weight, 90 GSM
- 100% polyester rip-stop
- Water resistant, UPF 50, plastic tooth YKK zip, invisible zips at pockets, double sided puller on front pouch zip, metal tipped tonal drawcord
- Back patch featuring artwork of birds of prey by Krys10
Size chart below measured in cm
Size x Width x Length
Small 54 x 74.5
Medium 57 x 77
Large 60 x 79.5
Extra Large 63 x 82
Extra Extra Large 66 x 84.5
Machine wash cold with like colours
Do not bleach
Hang dry in shade
Do not iron if printed
Do not dryclean
Do not tumble dry
Photography by Allison Stoddard
Modelled by Paddy Baraclough
The Ebbw Vale Owl Sanctuary is located in Festival Park in Ebbw Vale, which originally hosted the last British Garden Festival in 1992. It was set up by Malcolm Jones, who has over 40 years experience and has dedicated his life to rescuing and rehabilitating birds of prey. He started with just a handful of birds but it is now home to over 60 different types of birds of prey, including hawks and falcons as well as many types of owls.
The Sanctuary is also home to a few rescued domestic animals such as a red footed tortoise, guinea pigs and bearded dragons, who reside in the Pet Section.
The Sanctuary is run by volunteers, including Malcolm himself; and is self funded by providing an educational service to schools and fetes. Entry to the Sanctuary is free, but any kind donations made on a visit here are very gratefully received.