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Our mission is to drive sustainable demand for British wool in order to maximise returns for our members.

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No onward haulage charge to any of our 100 drop off locations

British Wool Network

British Wool has a comprehensive nationwide network of depots and drop off points, making it easy for producers to send their wool to us.

Enter your postcode above to locate your nearest options.

Your local Grading Depot will be able to advise on haulier collections. 

Click the maps below to view the list of depots and drop off points in each region

For Northern Ireland drop off points and hauliers, please follow the link to our Ulster Wool website

Minimise Your Transport Costs

British Wool members have the option of delivering their wool to one of our depots / drop off sites or have their wool collected from farm by one of our network of hauliers. Contact details for each of our depots and drop off sites can be find in the map links.

If you require your wool to be collected, your local grading depot will also be able to put you in touch with the haulier that covers your area.

Deliveries to British Wool grading depots or approved drop off sites will incur no onward carriage charge. A small transport charge is applied for each sheet collected from farm by our hauliers.

  • Haulier collections of 2000kg and above: £5.15 per sheet
  • Haulier collections of 500kg to 1999kg: £7.45 per sheet
  • Haulier collections of less than 500kg: £10.80 per sheet

Members will also benefit from packing more wool into each sheet. By packing your wool into fewer sheets the carriage charges will be lower, based on the above volumes and rates.

Where possible, all wool for the 2022 season should be delivered no later than 28 February 2023.

Wool delivered after 1 March 2023 may not be graded until after 1 May 2023 and will be paid in accordance with the 2023 wool season prices.