Shaun The Sheep Sends Wool To Outer Space In Fun Short

Shaun the Sheep sends wool to outer space with world-famous Aardman Animations in a unique short film to showcase the super natural benefits of wool. When Shaun’s new friend LU-LA lands on earth after a chilly journey through space, Shaun and the flock help her warm-up using their very own wool!

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To support the campaign, The Woolmark Company has developed an educational micro-site for children to discover where wool comes from and its super-natural benefits such as being 100% biodegradable, launching on September 19. Available in English, Mandarin, Japanese and German, www.SuperNaturalWool.com will host three games and a suite of downloadable activity sheets.

The Woolmark Company has also partnered with UK educational initiative IntoFilm to distribute a program to help educate children about the benefits of natural products and recycling, teaching them from a young age how they can help care for the environment.

Shaun the Sheep and the flock must be the most famous sheep in the world, and we loved the idea of an association with The Woolmark Company, using the characters and comedy to encourage people to choose wool,” explains Richard Webber, Aardman Animations director of The Woolmark Company film.

We like to think of Shaun and the flock having fun with their natural environment and The Woolmark Company clearly promotes the natural credentials of wool. With the feature having a sci-fi theme, it’s fitting to learn that wool is used in space, and we love to think of our inquisitive visitor from outer space, LU-LA, discovering the delights of wool from planet earth.”

Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon will be released in UK Cinemas from 18th October.

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