Craghoppers is proud to be the official clothing supplier for the English Heritage, keeping the staff protected from the outdoor elements all year round.


English Heritage cares for over 400 historic monuments, buildings and places – from world-famous prehistoric sites to grand medieval castles, they bring the story of England to life for over 10 million visitors each year. Every year they seek to bring the story of England to life for people of all ages and backgrounds, in the places where it happened and in the most enriching ways. From Dover Castle to the Northumbrian Coast, the friendly staff of English Heritage are passionate about their locations, sharing stories, facts and knowledge about their local site.

Gone are the days when people learned about history simply from reading books. People are increasingly looking for experiences that bring history to life in an engaging way and nothing beats standing on the spot where history happened.



Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing our historic sites. English Heritage are making changes to reduce the impact on the environment, and address issues such as energy use, single-use plastics, sustainable procurement and waste management. Through the Climate Action and Sustainability Plan, are aiming to reducing energy use, cut costs and work towards a low-carbon, low-waste future.



Kirsty McCarrison

As Senior Youth Engagement Manager at English Heritage I get to visit a wide variety of sites across the country to see youth projects in action. From outdoor photography exhibitions to original music, drama and digital productions all inspired by stories from across English Heritage sites and collections, my job is really exciting as I get to work with fantastic young people and a wide variety of creative partners!

In my spare time I’m a photographer and artist with a passion for British birds and wildlife so I can often be found down by the river, in local forests, nature reserves or on the beach with my camera. I also have a young dog called Mouse so I find myself out in all weathers and usually covered in mud so good quality clothing is a must to keep me warm and dry!


Bethany Tew

I am the Property Supervisor at Mount Grace Priory House and Gardens in North Yorkshire, Mount Grace Priory is a beautiful site sitting on the edge of the stunning North York Moors National Park. I find myself lucky enough to work in such a beautiful corner of the country, in Britain’s best preserved Carthusian Priory, where no matter the weather, we are treated to amazing ever changing views of the priory surrounded by the Cleveland Hills.

Outside of work I enjoy keeping active, participating in climbing, bouldering, canoeing and the most recent challenge for myself is running. I love walking which sometimes includes adventures with my sister and her tribe of dogs. Any other spare time I have is used visiting historic properties and castles.

Being such an active outdoor person, quality clothing for me is essential.