Campaign News

Fairtrade Fortnight 2011

‘Showing off the Label’ to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight from the tower of St Mary-le-Bow


Members of the London Fairtrade Diocese Campaign steering group are joined by Andrew Emmott of
Twin Trading (Liberation! nuts)
and Dyborn Chibonga
a nut farmer from Malawi

St Augustine's Highbury, meeting in a school, clipped bunting on a string 3 times along the wall bars, with some to spare. Children and adults
all joined in. The service finished with a selection of home made goodies using fairtrade ingredients

Staines Parish held a Big Brew and decorated Fairtrade cotton bunting
during the reading of the Bible in its entirety to mark the 400th Anniversary of the
King James Bible

Diocesan Fairtrade Conference January 2011

Full report

Presentation by Veronica Pasteur of the Fairtrade Foundation


Fairtrade Diocesan conference 2010
"A fantastic day with wonderful speakers, songs and liturgy!"  "Really inspiring " 

Our thanks to John Bell of the Iona community who led us in reflection about issues of justice in trade and environment, and in world music; to Barbara Crowther of the Fairtrade Foundation, Sophie Tranchell of Divine, Alex Georgiou of Cafedirect who gave us a clearer picture of the impact and importance of Fairtrade; and to Catherine Brogan, performance poet, who shared a poem specially written for Fairtrade.

Transcript of John Bell's reflection



In June 2010 St Michael's Bedford Park took part in the Bedford Park festival, where they were constantly busy giving samples of Divine Chocolate and Ubuntu cola. There was much enthusiasm to register favourite Fairtrade products in the Fairtrade Little Swap Books and hand it to Customer Service to help the Bedford Park Festival make a difference!

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‘The fields of the poor may produce abundant food, but injustice sweeps it all away ....' Proverbs 13:23