Fairtrade Fortnight 2019

We held a very successful stall in Fareham Shopping Centre on Saturday 2nd March, which this year featured work on Fairtrade by Year 4 pupils at Locks Heath Junior School. We were pleased to welcome the Mayor of Fareham, Cllr Susan Bayford, and other members of the Borough Council.

A selection of photographs from this event can be seen below; click on a small picture to see a larger version.

Fairtrade products, kindly donated by the Southern Co-Op, on the stall Fairtrade bananas, kindly donated by the Southern Co-Op, on the stall Our stall, with display boards featuring work by Year 4 pupils at Locks Heath Junior School Letters written, and artwork created, by Year 4 pupils at Locks Heath Junior School Letters written, and artwork created, by Year 4 pupils at Locks Heath Junior School Rachel Hicks, Chair of the Fareham Fairtrade Group, Cllr Susan Bayford, Mayor of Fareham, and Cllr Seán Woodward, Executive Leader of Fareham Borough Council, chat with a Fairtrade-supporting pupil from Uplands Primary School Cllrs Pam Bryant and Louise Clubley and Cllr Susan Bayford, Mayor of Fareham, admire the work of pupils at Locks Heath Junior School The raw materials for a delicious Fairtrade treat: bananas donated by the Southern Co-Op, with Ben & Jerry's chocolate brownie ice cream and Traidcraft butterscotch sauce Fairtrade Group member Jane Tredgett with a yummy bowl of Fairtrade goodness

Fairtrade products, kindly donated by the Southern Co-Op, on the stall
Fairtrade products, kindly donated by the Southern Co-Op, on the stall