February 27th – March 12th 2017
FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT IN MATLOCK
Much of the work in Fairtrade Fortnight is focussed in schools.
Before the Fortnight
Lessons will be held in both Castleview Primary, and Tansley Primary to familiarise pupils with the idea of Fairtrade.
During the Fortnight :
Thursday 2nd March, classes of children will be baking all day in Tansley Primary using Fairtrade ingredients
Friday 3rd March, parents and children will watch an assembly at Tansley Primary followed by a Big Brew event
Monday 6th March, An assembly at St. Joseph’s Primary
Thursday 9th March, An assembly at St. Giles Primary
Following on from Fairtrade Fortnight
FAIRTRADE COFFEE MORNING
Saturday 18th March
10 – 12 noon.
All are welcome
DARLEY DALE PROGRAMME
Fairtrade Fortnight will soon be upon us and the following arrangements have been made to celebrate Fairtrade, make it more widely known and supported in Darley Dale and nearby villages. There will be a Traidcraft Big Brew Coffee Morning or Tea Party with Fairtrade tea, including different teas to taste, coffee, cakes and biscuits and a stall with food and some craft items for sale.
YOU ARE INVITED TO ANY OF THESE
The Whitworth Terrace will be serving Fairtrade teas and coffee and some other items throughout the Fortnight.
Tuesday 28.02.17. Wesleyan Reform Chapel, Winster 10.30 am
Wednesday 01.03.17 Greenaway Workshop, Greenaway Lane, Darley Dale 10.30 am
Friday 03.03.17. Wensley Reading Room 10.00 am
Monday 06.03.17 Churchtown Primary School Tea Party after school 3.30 pm
Tuesday 07.03.17 Darley Dale Primary School Tea Party after school 3.30 pm
Thursday 09.03.17 St. Elphin’s Traidcraft Stall in St. Elphin’s House 10 am – 12.30
Friday 10.03.17 Dale Road Methodist Church Hall (St. Helen’s Ladies) 10.30 am.
” ” South Darley Primary School Tea Party after school 3.30 pm
Saturday 11.03.17. St. Helen’s Church Hall. 10.30 am
Thursday 16.03.17 St. John’s Church, Winster Coffee Morning 10.30 am
Do come along and support your Fairtrade Town and the work they are doing to make trade more ethical and help producers who are often struggling against discrimination and injustice.