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The Chidham and Hambrook Fair Trade Connection

Welcome to the Chidham and Hambrook community FairTrade connection and thanks to the chidhamandhambrook web site for this page. It is intended that the page will show local availability of FairTrade products. Once an individual, or local shop, has confirmed they wish to be included, this page will provide details of what products are available with the FairTrade kite mark and when they are available for purchase.

For those who would like to view a selection of Fair Trade products the local Co-op sells a selection of confectionaries.

If you have any ideas, wish to help organise FairTrade locally, then please contact me, Philip MacDougall, at the following:

FairTade Fortnight 2009
Feb 23rd - March 8th

March 1st, Stella Hames made a display of FairTrade goods at St Mary's for the 10am service.
St Mary's Church achieves Fairtrade Status
Fairtrade Fortnight
is Feb 23 to March 8
The FAIRTRADE Mark is an independent consumer label which appears on products as a guarantee that disadvantaged producers are getting a better deal.
Today, more than 5 million people - farmers, workers and their families - across 49 developing countries benefit from the international Fairtrade system. The Fairtrade Foundation is an independent certification body that awards the FAIRTRADE Mark to products which meet international Fairtrade standards.

The church of St John the Evangelist at Southborne is a Fair Trade church and is part of an initiative to ensure that the entire diocese can claim 'Fair Trade' status.  Fair trade coffee and tea is available after all services and their coffee mornings.  See  for further details

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