Wolverhampton City Fairtrade Partnership's 2019 AGM was held on Friday 15th February. We were delighted to be able to present the Mayor and Mayoress with the certificate for the renewal of the City's Fairtrade status.

The University of Wolverhampton kindly hosted the event with a delicious and ethical fairtrade breakfast.  Around 35 people attended, representing groups and organisations from across the city, including two MPs, several councillors, the Leader of the Council, faith representatives and others from the statutory voluntary sector. We look forward to more events during Fairtrade Fortnight from 25th February to 10th March 2019.

Fairtrade AGM


Latest News
The Mayor accepts the renewal certificate at the Fairtrade Partnership AGM, 15th February 2019.



Wolverhampton celebrated 10 years as a 'Fairtrade City' in March 2014 and various events took place through the year to mark the celebration. A booklet to mark the anniversary has been published (see downloads).

Visit Wolverhampton's own Fairtrade shop and coffee bar

The Fairtrade Shop, run by 'Wolverhampton Fair Traid', offers the largest choice of Fairtrade goods in the city, including tea, coffee, chocolate, cookies, honey, snacks and a range of fairly traded craft goods; it also operates a Fairtrade coffee bar.

The shop and coffee bar is located at the Methodist Centre at 24 School Street in Wolverhampton city centre (on the corner with Darlington Street).

The shop will be open the following hours:

  • Sunday & Monday - closed
  • Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - 10am to 4pm
  • Wednesday - 10am to 5.45pm
  • Saturday - 9am to 1pm

For enquiries ring 07944 286 869 or visit the website wolvesfairtraid.org.uk

Other Fairtrade shops
Other Shops
  • Aldi Supermarkets
  • Asda, Jack Hayward Way
  • Co-op - 23 Midcounties Co-operative food stores
  • Greggs Bakers- various branches
  • The Farm Shop, Wobaston Road, Pendeford
  • Holland and Barrett, Mander Centre
  • Millies Cookies, Mander Centre
  • Morrisons, Blaydon Road, Pendeford
  • Morrisons, Bilston
  • Sainsbury's Supermarkets - various branches
  • Star Newsagents, Swan Centre, Compton
  • Tesco, Mander Centre
  • Waitrose, Marston Road
Cafes, Restaurants and Bars
  • Bantock House Museum Café, Bantock Park, Finchfield Road
  • The Blue Brick at Premier Inn, Broad Gauge Way
  • Bilash, Cheapside
  • Café 3:16, Temple Street
  • Elements Restaurant at Novotel, Union Street
  • Hogshead, Stafford Street
  • Horizon Restaurant, Wolverhampton Racecourse
  • Lock Works, Light House Media Centre
  • Madame Clarke's, King Street
  • Marks and Spencer Café Revive, Dudley Street
  • Massarella Coffee Shop, Bell Street
  • Moseley Old Hall, National Trust Café, Fordhouses
  • New Springvale Co-operative
  • Oasis Café, Emsworth Crescent
  • Pumpkin Café, Wolverhampton Rail Station
  • Quadrant Lounge, Lichfield Street
  • Red Fort, Fold Street
  • Sir Jack's Restaurant at Molineux Stadium
  • Soprano's, Princess Street
  • St Peter's House Coffee Bar
  • Starbucks Coffee - all branches
  • University of Wolverhampton - all campuses
  • Wolverhampton Art Gallery Café
  • Wightwick Manor, National Trust Café, Wightwick Bank
  • WRVS café, New Cross Hospital
  • Yates, Queens Square
  • Blakemore Wholesale suppliers, Willenhall Road
  • Booker Wholesale suppliers, Ettingshall Road
  • over 50 churches of many denominations
  • many schools
  • Wolverhampton College
  • University of Wolverhampton
  • a range of clubs and other organisations
Fairtrade contacts

The Fairtrade Shop - Darlington Street Methodist Church

Traidcraft stalls

If you would like to run a stall at your school, local group or event, either regularly or as a one-off, the Fairtrade Shop can supply the goods

Phone 07944286869 for further information.


  • Contact: Ann Bickley,
  • e-mail: dabjab1@sky.com
  • Phone:   01902 555915
  • Mobile: 07903 497116

Community groups and BME faith groups


General enquiries

  • Contact: Barbara Gwinnett, Chair of Wolverhampton Fairtrade Partnership
  • Phone: 07960 557741