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Saints Coffee

Saints Coffee have bought a new, high quality and ethical coffee shop to Northampton that gives back to the communities the coffee serves. 

Social impact is at the heart of everything we do - from the way we source our coffee, decor and equipment, to the way we employ and work with people.

Product or Service

We’re bringing something new to Northampton – speciality coffee, brunches, fresh bakes and cakes, cocktails, wine, craft beer, cheese and charcuterie!

Open 7 days a week and late on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.  Whatever you want, whenever you want it.

Social or Environmental Mission

We have three areas of social impact we focus on. These are broad by design because they are interlinked and give us the flexibility to run specific projects that help people.


Champion social justice

Racism, discrimination and inequality are huge issues. We’re helping to address this through programmes with local schools, businesses and charities.


Improve social mobility

It’s not always a level playing field. We want to break down barriers people face in getting on in life. We’re working with other social enterprises and schools to identify people we can help through our business.


Better mental health

Coffee is a social thing and brings people together. We will harness that power to create initiatives that provide mental stimulation and a sense of community for people who feel isolated or lonely.


Our Projects


Coffee in the Community

We’re helping people suffering from isolation or loneliness, especially during Covid, to feel part of the community through online sessions with mental health experts and educators, as well as natural therapies at a community farm.



We’re working with students across different year groups from a variety of schools to try and de-mystify and open up access to opportunities they may not have considered from apprenticeships to so-called ‘elite’ universities.


Northampton Baristars

A programme of skills workshops, training and work placements in our coffee shop to help under-represented groups establish themselves in the working world.



We’ve partnered with schools to develop programmes to help students reinforce the importance of equality and diversity, as well as understand the power of their voice in supporting minorities.

Operating In


Head Office Address

Main Contact: Chantelle Esposito

62 St Giles Street




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