Celebrate an unforgettable year of cricket with the Barmy Army Cricket World Cup Christmas jumper

London based social enterprise notjust, who bought the nation the famous Gareth Southgate Christmas jumpers and have raised more than £30,000 for charity since 2017, return with a brand-new limited-edition range celebrating an unforgettable year of cricket. 

The Barmy Army Cricket World Cup Winners knit celebrates the most thrilling final the sport has witnessed in living memory. The campaign turned part-time observers into full-blown fanatics, driven on by Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer and the rest of the heroic squad. What better way to mark a vintage year than with an England Cricket Christmas Jumper that’ll hit the competition at your Christmas party for six? The aqua blue knit is inspired by England’s Cricket World Cup jersey. The back celebrates the victory paying testament to the ‘Barmy Army’ and ‘World Cup Winners 2019’, finished with snowflakes and Jack Leach spectacles motifs to bring some festive cheer.

The jumper is part of a special collection with Save the Children, with £5 from every donation donated to Save the Children. This collection includes 12 jumpers including Peaky Blinders, Louis Theroux, Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag, and Attenborough knits. The unisex Christmas jumpers range from £32.99-£39.99 and come in a variety of sizes from XS-XXL

Mike Harding, Founder of notjust, said: “We’re back again for our third year, paying homage to the people and events that have shaped our nation this year, and was there anything more British than our heroic ICC Cricket World Cup Win? Like the rest of the nation our hearts were in our mouths as we watched Stokes, Jofra Archer and the England squad keep calm and carry on, battling for victory in a once in a lifetime final – so here we are paying testament with this festive knit.”

“We create everything domestically in fair and ethical working conditions, keeping our carbon emissions down and to provide jobs to the local community. We want to empower our customers to give back by donating funds from their purchase to charity, so as well as looking great at their Christmas party they know they’ve also had a positive effect on society.”

Sarah Button-Stephens, Senior Campaign Manager for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day, said: “We are delighted to be working with notjust on a fantastic range of Christmas jumpers that celebrates some of Britain’s most loved personalities. All money raised could help give a child living in a refugee camp clothes to keep them warm through winter, help buy nutritious food for their entire family, or set up a safe space to give children the chance to be children again. It could also help bring essentials like healthcare, education, protection and food to the millions of children around the world who are missing out on the most basic support. By purchasing a jumper from our collection, you can help make the world better with a sweater!”

Celebrate the best of Britain this festive season and pick up your knit at www.notjustclothing.co.uk with jumpers ranging from XS-XXL, £32.99 – £39.99.

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