For older children (school year 6+) in Half Term. Thurs 21 Feb, 11am – 3pm, in Swithun’s Hall. Numbers are limited so please register with email@example.com There is a charge of £3 per person to cover costs.
Being displayed at all churches plus Imberhorne, Sackville, St Peter's Primary School and in the Town.
Wednesday 27 February. Fairtrade Breakfast, Assembly and Stall after school.
Spot the Fairtrade Teddies (with a individual letter on each to make a word) to be found in various locations in East Grinstead, including shops stocking Fairtrade goods. Ideal for primary school children. Forms available from primary schools and EG Library (forms to be returned here by 11 March). Fairtrade prizes for first three winners. See the leaflet below:
Big Brew and Spring Market supporting Traidcraft Exchange will be held from 10am-1pm on Saturday 2 March at Lingfield and Dormansland Community Centre in Lingfield. Free Entry. Come along and join in this event being organised by Fairtrade Lingfield and Dormansland. Refreshments and a variety of goods available.
In aid of Fairtrade EG and EG Museum on Monday 4 March at The Ghurka Woodcock Inn. 6.30pm for 7pm. Teams of 8. Two course meal for £20 with £9 going to the two charities plus £1 for Quiz, including a raffle. Book now directly with The Ghurka on 01342 325325. Fairtrade EG will be donating profits made to the Fairtrade Foundation helping farmers and producers in developing countries.
Window exhibition for the 2 weeks of Fairtrade Fortnight plus Fairtrade stall on Thursday 28 February, Friday 1 March and Saturday 2 March from 10-4pm. Fairtrade food stuffs plus a selection of Fairtrade crafts from around the world. Please support farmers and producers in developing countries.
Windmill Lane on Sunday 10 March plus Fairtrade stall. All welcome.
Will be doing Fairtrade assemblies to Y7 – 9, providing tutor resources to be delivered during tutor time, and selling Fairtrade chocolate.
Fairtrade EG will join others around the country to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight: we are planning events in schools, churches and the local community - more details to follow soon!
This year, Fairtrade Fortnight will focus on cocoa. Farmers of this iconic Fairtrade product have seen prices crash to crisis levels in the last few years, particularly in West Africa where most cocoa is grown. The situation highlights in stark terms the scandal of unfair trade. We have a choice about whether we take a stand against this. See more information on the Fairtrade Foundation's website!
Fairtrade East Grinstead is a Community Run Group
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