Get your kids to flex their creative skills before midnight on Saturday and their design could be turned into a Wyatt and Jack Junior bag
Wyatt and Jack
Wyatt and Jack is an Isle of Wight-based company that creates sustainable bags and accessories from unwanted materials such as former deck chairs, bouncy castles and inflatables.
They formed in 2014 and have been dogged in their desire to reuse and recycle fabrics and materials, swerving tonnes of plastic from landfill.
Below are some of the articles mentioning Wyatt & Jack.
The small, but growing business based in Ryde on the Isle of Wight appears today on the BBC's main UK news site.
Wednesday, 28th August, 2019 2:43pm
By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments
Isle of Wight's Wyatt & Jack are responsible for the Inflatable Amnesty movement, which is spanning the globe and now boasts their biggest single haul, the 5.5 tonnes of life-size inflatable Stone Henge, created by world-renowned artist, Jeremy Deller.
A group of young people at Ryde School - who work hard to raise awareness of environmental issues - recently teamed up with Isle of Wight small business, Wyatt and Jack, to collaborate on a project aimed at reducing what goes into landfill.
Wednesday, 20th February, 2019 3:51pm
By Sally Perry with 14 readers' comments