Vi – Spring, Ecologically Sound Luxury Beds UK

The Man that would (should) be King, Prince Charles, is someone we can all be proud of.

Yes, he might have a chat with a plant or two but his charitable output is simply inspiring. `The Prince’s Charities`, a group of 20 not-for-profit organisations raises over £130 million annually.

Well known for his (correct and very important) views on climate change and principally the rainforests, Prince Charles is also committed to the UKs own natural environment and to farming.


Prince Charles convened the Campaign for Wool earlier this year. Sheep farming is ecologically sound and completely sustainable. The end product (wool) is obviously renewable, with the sheep being shorn once a year. Only recently, the Prince was linked to bio degradable woolen coffins….cosy caskets.

The campaign for Wool is being fully supported by Vi-Spring, the luxury bed manufacturer. Vi-Spring launched in 1901, with the world`s first interior sprung mattress using a system of individually pocketed springs. Now, The Vi-Spring beds are the perfect foundation for luxury designer bedding UK.


Vi-Spring now use the highest quality, pure British fleece wool across its entire collection, with real Shetland Isle wool being used in its top of the range beds.

Managing Director of Vi-Spring, Mike Meehan said `Our design team strive to source only the very best materials to upholster every bed in the Vi-Spring range. We`re proud to be using one of Britain`s finest natural resources, while supporting a campaign, which aims to increase demand for wool and raise its worth to upland farmers.


`Each and every Vi-Spring will be filled by Vi-Spring`s master craftsmen using more British fleece wool than any other bed maker.`

All Vi-Spring beds are hand – made to order at their Devon workshops. The finest luxury beds UK.

Just when you thought Vi-Spring beds were luxurious enough, The Vi-Spring beds have added more to their bed range with the introduction of wool.

Bio – degradable, will not sustain burning or produce toxic gases and using a naturally sustainable source of resilience, warmth and comfort.

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