It lies on the B1426 Sunderland Road and the A184 Felling bypass, less than 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Gateshead town centre, 1 mile (1.6 km) south east of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and 10 miles north west of the City of Sunderland.

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Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) is a European multi-stakeholder initiative working to improve workplace conditions in the garment and textile industry.Their governing body is a Board, which, in addition to an independent chairperson, consists of representatives from four categories: 1) business association for garment suppliers, 2) business association for garment retailers, 3) trade unions, and 4) NGOs. The board is informed by a multi-stakeholder Committee of Experts, as well as stakeholder partners in each country where FWF is active.FWF also has stakeholder platforms in European countries (i.e.each actor in the supply chain of a certain product is (co-)responsible for the conditions in which the product is made.A brand selling clothes in Europe is in part responsible for both the labour conditions at its suppliers and for example on the plantations, and also for the environmental impact of that product.In recent years, the notion of supply chain responsibility has become increasingly accepted, by individual companies as well as the fashion world in general.