Do you feel the need, the need for tweed? The Field staff do, on a daily basis – and who wouldn’t given that we now appear to be living in the Arctic Circle?

To help celebrate the gods’ cloth, and National Tweed Day (3 April), The Field has teamed up with Yorkshire’s finest, Carters Country Wear and Dugdale Bros & give one lucky Field reader:


The jacket will be tailored by Jeremy Carter, from Carters Country Wear using the reader’s choice of tweed from the Dugdale Bros & Co. White Rose Saxony Range of tweed cloth.

To be in the running for this covetable piece of tweed kit:

A Field reader must submit a suitably tweedy photo of him or herself.

How much is actually covered is down to you, but a suggestion of tweed will suffice.

The editor’s choice will receive the spoils.

Please beam your pictures, with a brief description of your sporting interests to 

CLOSING DATE IS 10 APRIL 2013. All pictures submitted may appear on The Field’s website, magazine and social media pages.

Carters Country Wear is based in Helmsley, North Yorkshire and make bespoke tweed shooting suits as well as any other tailoring requirements. “You name it, and we can do it” says Jeremy Carter, of Carters Country Wear. They also make period suits and sell a variety of country clothing from their Helmsley shop.

Dugdale Bros & Co. is a Yorkshire cloth merchant, based in Huddersfield. It has been providing exqusite cloths for the best tailors since 1896. The latest tweed cloth launch is the White Rose Saxony Range, an impeccable collection of sporting tweeds designed by iconic tweed designer Pat Keeny and manufactured by Johnstons of Elgin.