Fairtrade at St Michaels was the first shop in Oxford dedicated to offering a wide range of fairly traded goods. It was set up at a time when Fairtrade was still something of a fringe activity, heavily reliant on Sunday stalls in churches and cardboard boxes in spare bedrooms. From this background, a group of six people came together with a shared vision of making high quality, fairly traded products available to Oxford shoppers throughout the week and throughout the year.
Since opening, the shop has grown and flourished and now stocks a dazzling range of goods from 60 or 70 different suppliers – everything from basic essentials to beautiful, unusual crafts and accessories. The shop is often compared by delighted visitors to an Aladdin’s cave of treasures.
I just discovered this fantastic Fair Trade shop today tucked away next to St Michael’s church (opposite KFC). Selling all manner of Fair Trade goods from pottery to chocolate! Definitely worth a visit!
T: 01865 722 505
Open 10am – 5pm Mon to Sat
Fairtrade at St. Michaels
St. Michael at the Northgate (in The Basement)