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

Latest News

Re-elected Board Member for British Wool’s English Northern Region Re-elected Board Member for British Wool’s English Northern Region 12 February 2024 Carl Stephenson, who farms near Bishop Auckland, County Durham has been re-elected as British Wool’s English Northern Regional Board Member for a further three-year term, beginning on 1st April. Read
Utilising Digital Marketing to Target the Consumer Utilising Digital Marketing to Target the Consumer 29 January 2024 A huge part of British Wool’s marketing activity is educating the consumer about how amazing the wool fibre is, what products it goes into and crucially where they can buy British wool products from. Read
New research project looks to improve future for UK wool industry New research project looks to improve future for UK wool industry 22 January 2024 A new project is set to further the UK sheep farming and wool industries’ productivity, sustainability and resilience through exploring opportunities to improve fleece quality. Read
Your Wool - a guide to the auction process: Part Two: Your Wool - a guide to the auction process: Part Two: 17 January 2024 British Wool auctions are there to maximize the value of wool to our members, ensure that members receive the true market value for their wool, and demonstrate the strength of the collective marketing system which is there to represent all members. Read
Shearing Courses – Learn from the experts Shearing Courses – Learn from the experts 17 January 2024 British Wool is the approved provider for shearing and wool handling training in the UK, with a programme designed to support candidates of all abilities in learning and developing a traditional rural skill. Read
British Wool - Board Member Elections 2024 British Wool - Board Member Elections 2024 10 January 2024 Following British Wool’s call for nominations for Members of the Board in the English Northern and English Central Regions, an election will be held in one region. Read