This year, we have captured stories from indies and organisations from across Oxford, to find out how they have coped with the pandemic, and all that 2020 has thrown at them, as well as hearing how they started, and their hopes for the future.
These stories mean that you can find out more about the history and people behind some of Oxford’s best-loved independent businesses and famous landmarks.
In this episode, Daniella, Manager of Fair Trade St. Michaels, on Cornmarket Street in Oxford, shares the story behind the shop, the importance of fairtrade, and how they've coped during the pandemic.
Fairtrade at St. Michaels was the first shop in Oxford to offer a high-quality range of fairly traded goods from across the globe, safe in the knowledge that our friends in the developing world are being advantaged and the environment is being honoured. They also pride themselves on great customer service and on being kind to the planet.
Fairtrade at St. Michaels: fairtradeatstmichaels.co.uk