HIT TV show Peaky Blinders has contributed to the resurgence of the humble flat cap and one Dales firm is making the most of it.

Yorkshire Dales-based Glencroft already has more than 11 flat cap and baker boy styles on its shelves, but wanted to take the style one step further by manufacturing their most sustainable flat cap yet.

Named after the unique limestone formations that surround Glencroft in Clapham, the Norber flat cap is manufactured entirely in the North.

It is made from 100 per cent British Wool tweed which has been woven at Mallalieu’s of Delph, a traditional Yorkshire woollen mill just off Saddleworth Moor.

MD Edward Sexton said the firm wanted to tap into the region's heritage, saying: “For many years, we have used Harris Tweed, hand-woven on the Outer Hebrides, and we still do for many of our products.

"But for the Norber, we decided we wanted to use a more local cloth, together with a more sustainably sourced cotton lining, instead of the more common man-made polyester fibre."

The cap is certified by the world's leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres - the Global Organic Textile Standard.