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

Blogs

Meet the Team - Emma Jagger Meet the Team - Emma Jagger 4 May 2022 Emma Jagger, our Shearing & Member Services Supervisor. Joined our Shearing Team at the end of last year. Read more to find out about her role and experience with British Wool. Read
Meet the team: Aled Evans, Newtown Producer Services Manager Meet the team: Aled Evans, Newtown Producer Services Manager 4 August 2021 Whilst our network of 8 UK grading depots are busy receiving wool from producers, we caught up with Aled Evans, Depot Producer Services Manager (DPSM) at our Newtown depot. Read
Meet the team: Amanda Knighton, Stamford Intermediate Depot Manager Meet the team: Amanda Knighton, Stamford Intermediate Depot Manager 16 July 2021 Amanda Knighton is our Intermediate Depot Manager at our recently opened Castle Bytham site near Stamford. Amanda also operates drop off locations at Stevenage, Hunningham, Stanton on the Wolds and Caistor. Read
Meet the team: Rob Trivett, Launceston Intermediate Depot Meet the team: Rob Trivett, Launceston Intermediate Depot 2 July 2021 Rob Trivett is our Intermediate Depot Manager at British Wool's recently opened site in Launceston Cornwall. Read
Shearing training designed to fit around you: Richard Schofield Shearing training designed to fit around you: Richard Schofield 13 April 2021 British Wool Gang Courses are bespoke courses for a team of around 4 shearers or a group of family and friends working on their own farm. A British Wool shearing instructor would be sent to an agreed location to work with the shearers on developing their skills whilst they work. Read
International Women’s Day: Kate on the future of Agriculture International Women’s Day: Kate on the future of Agriculture 8 March 2021 Kate Drury is British Wool’s English Central Regional Chairman and Board Member Elect. Being from a family whom have farmed in the Welland Valley in Northamptonshire for four generations, she has kept her agricultural routes. Kate tells us where the passion came from and her thoughts on agriculture today and the future for agriculture. Read