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  • An Important Message

    A message to our customers


    Given the current unprecedented international health crisis, we wanted to keep you updated with the latest situation at Richard Haworth Ltd. Like everyone, we have been busily gathering as much information as possible about the impact of the Coronavirus (Covid-19).


    We had spent considerable time planning for the disruption, working with our supply chain to ensure as little disruption as possible. As things stand, we are operating a full service, with customer service, warehousing and deliveries all continuing to be fully operational.


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  • Richard Haworth awarded ISO 9001:2015 accreditation

    January 2018 - Manchester-based linen manufacturer and supplier - Richard Haworth - has recently been awarded the latest ISO 9001:2015 certification, the internationally recognized benchmark for quality within an organisation.


    By achieving the ISO 9001 certification, Richard Haworth are able to demonstrate to customers and suppliers that the systems in place meet the high standards set out by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO).


    To gain the ISO 9001 certification, the company demonstrated the dedication and commitment to meeting the needs of customers, operating efficient management processes and delivering consistent, good quality products and services. Continue reading

  • Expansion of Textile Mills in the late 19th – early 20th Centuries onwards

    In the next in our series looking into the history of Textiles in the North West, learn about the rapid expansion of cotton mills in the early 20th century, how items were produced and what life was like for the workers of the day. Click here to view the article.

  • Who was the original Richard Haworth?

    The original Richard Haworth can be seen as an example of the classic Victorian entrepreneur who rose from virtual poverty to wealth and recognition in the North West region. Click here to view his incredible story with the faimily history dating back to the reign of Henry 2nd.

  • Luxury hotel at St Pancras to reopen in May 2011

    A heritage site

    Opened in 1873 by Queen Victoria, the hotel known as The Gilbert Scott at St Pancras was once one of the UK's most luxurious hotels. The jewels in its crown included a two-storey Venetian ballroom, a red brick gothic facade, and one of the world's first elevators. Now a Grade 1 listed building a stone's throw from the Eurostar terminus, it is set to re-open as a Marriott Renaissance hotel in May 2011 and once again become an icon of grandeur.

    The refurbished hotel includes 245 bedrooms and 38 suites, all with exquisite original features and restored to the Victorian standard. The soft furnishings too will need to be in keeping with the hotel, such as vintage-style boutique bed linens made to fit the king-size beds. Continue reading

  • Low-cost hotel promises comfortable beds

    A low-cost Asian hotel chain is set to open in the UK this August, it has been reported.

    Tune Hotels - from budget airline AirAsia - promises guests a restful night sleep in a comfortable bed made up with clean wholesale bedding and privacy is guaranteed.

    However, for anything extra - such as room cleaning or air conditioning - guests will have to pay more. Continue reading

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