New British Wool drop off locations in South East

News Posted 21/07/21
Following a review of British Wool’s collection network, details of the new drop off locations for the South East of England have been confirmed.

There are four new drop off locations for the coming season located at:

Surrey

Feltons Farm
Old School Lane
Brockham, Betchworth
RH3 7AU
Please contact: Andy Jackman - 07831 284458
Delivery by appointment only - 1st June 2021 to 31st August 2021

Tonbridge

The Lambing Shed
Faulkners Farm
Hadlow, Tonbridge,
Kent, TN11 0AL
Please contact: Sam Johnson - 07415 281853
Delivery by appointment only - 1st June 2021 to 31st August 2021

Hampshire

Grammarsham Dairy
Grammarsham Lane
Farleigh Wallop
Basingstoke
Hampshire, RG25 2HW
Please contact: Tim Cook 07748 747094
Delivery by appointment only – 1st June 2021 to 30th September 2021

West Sussex

Passmore (Coombe)
Church Farm
Coombe, Lancing
West Sussex, BN15 0RS
Please contact Jenny & Andrew Flake on 07876 024614
Delivery by appointment only on Thursday or Saturday until 31st August 2021.

Hampshire

Marden Farm
East Harting, Petersfield
Hampshire, GU31 5LZ
Please contact John Olphert on 07775 874987.
Deliveries by appointment only from 1st May 2021 – 30th September 2021.

These sites are in addition to the Ashford grading depot located in Smeeth, Kent - a full list of British Wool drop off locations is available at www.britishwool.org.uk by searching the Depot Network.

British Wool also announced recently that onward carriage fees for approved collection sites were being abolished and therefore, there will be no onward haulage charge by delivering into these new sites in the South East.

Andrew Hogley, CEO, British Wool said: “The restructuring programme announced earlier in the year will have no negative impact on the service we offer producers and we have opened a number of new collection sites this season including in the Southern England region. Also, in order to support our service offering we are abolishing onward carriage fees at all of our collection sites from this season.”


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