Clayton Leather sets up charity prize draw at APLF Leather

United Kingdom
Published:  22 January, 2018

UK tanner, Clayton Leather Group, will be holding a charity prize draw at the upcoming edition of APLF Leather, taking place March 14-16 in Hong Kong.

The winner of the draw will receive a limited-edition leather jacket made by Scottish based jacket designers Simmonsbilt using the Clayton Leather Group’s horse front leather.

All funds raised will be donated to the Leather & Hide Trades Benevolent Institution (LHTBI), founded in 1860. The LHTBI supports the relief of people who are or have been engaged in the leather industry who are aged or incapacitated from earning a livelihood, and the bereaved spouse, adult dependents and orphans of any such person.

To enter the draw and help the fundraisers reach the £4,000 (US$5,560) target, please click here.

Clayton Leather Group is comprised of four historic leather manufacturing brands in the UK; Clayton and Sons of Chesterfield, Sedgwick & Co, William Clarke, and Samuel Sharp.