Established in 1893, John Hanly & Co. have been producing woven fabrics, from their mills in North Tipperary, for over one hundred years. The company has always been under the management of the Hanly family and John's son Brian Hanly is now the fourth generation running the company.
To find out a little more about this wonderful heritage weaver, read Anne-Marie's blog post here.
A heritage mill that has been in operation since 1893, John Hanly uses only natural fibres as raw materials. All are sourced from renowned suppliers who produce and source their wools and cashmere in a sustained and ethical manner. The mill is located beside the Nenagh river in Ballyartella Woollen Mills. With one-third of the power used by the mill generated from their own water turbine and with the remainder from their electricity supplier hydro generated, all the electricity used in the factory comes from renewable sources.