Fairtrade Fortnight 2018: COME ON IN

Fairtrade Fortnight 2018 challenges the British public to open their doors to Fairtrade and help close the door on the exploitation facing the people who produce the things we love to eat, drink, and wear.

to the world of the people who grow our food to see what life can be like when farmers and workers aren’t paid fairly. More people choosing, sharing and shouting about Fairtrade in the UK during Fairtrade Fortnight will open doors for more producers to break the stranglehold of poverty prices.

Look out for decorated doors and windows around the town highlighting the growers and producers of Fairtrade goods.



Fair Ted’s Fairtrade Taster Stall at Mossley Co-op

 Friday 2nd March & Wednesday 7th March between 11am and 4pm

  • come along for free Fairtrade tasters
  • pick up a free Fairtrade tea-bag
  • sample some Fairtrade chocolate
  • see the faces of people who grow your Fairtrade products



Fair Ted’s Community Big Brew at Mossley Methodist Church

 Thursday 8th March between 10am and1pm

  • drop in for your Fairtrade Break
  • chat over a Fairtrade cuppa
  • choose a yummy Fairtrade cake
  • pick up some Fairtrade goodies

Mossley Businesses & Schools’ Partnership

All Mossley schools are involved in Fairtrade Fortnight

Children are great advocates for fairness and justice. Having extra funding for activities, events and learning sessions helps children see the difference that Fairtrade can make.

Thanks to generous sponsorship from several Mossley businesses pupils and staff will COME ON IN to Fairtrade getting active to change the world for the better while having fun and learning how we can stand with farmers and close the door on exploitation.

Events will include

  • breakfast clubs
  • creating displays
  • parents/carers coffee mornings
  • assemblies
  • learning sessions

Thanks to the business sponsors: Anderton, Akbar & Procter, Broadbent & Co, Ellison IT Services Ltd, Emmaus Mossley, Life’s A Beach, Mossley Browser, Mossley Organic & Fine Foods, Pattisons, Salsa Beauty Rooms & Your Tax Shop.




Fair Ted invites everyone to learn more about Fairtrade producers

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Justine Watalunga, is a coffee farmer and chair of a women’s group which runs an orphanage, nursery and primary school in Uganda.



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