St Lukes Mark Fairtrade Fortnight With Coffee Morning and Traidcraft Shopping - What's Your Project?
Do you fancy buying food, chocolate, Easter Eggs, Greetings cards, jewellery and clothes which you know has been fairly produced? St Luke's are holding a coffee morning right in the heart of Fairtrade Fortnight; on Friday 9th March from 10am. Pop along and find Traidcraft items - and enjoy the satisfaction of purchasing beautiful goods which workers have been properly paid for creating.
(PICTURES: A TRAIDCRAFT STALL, TRAIDCRAFT LOGO)
St Luke's administrator and 'Fairtrader' Polly McKay said: "Fairtrade seeks to transform the lives of poor producers in the developing world by enabling them to use their skills and resources to trade their way out of poverty."
This year Traidcraft are inviting schools, churches, workplaces and supporters to hold a Big Brew event. The idea is to offer Traidcraft items for sale perhaps over a cup of Fairtrade tea! For your resources Click Here!
For information on BANES Fairtrade Click Here!
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