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Carmarthenshire Fair Trade News 2016



Have a Big 'Fair Trade' Lunch

Looking for a fun summer Fair Trade activity? Why not get involved in the Eden Project's Big Lunch and add your own Fair Trade flavour?

The Big Lunch is all about getting people together over good food which makes it perfect for celebrating our Fair Trade communities around Wales.

Click on the green button to sign up for a free Big Lunch pack or click here for ideas on adding that Fair Trade flavour.

 

Fair Trade World Cup

The Fair Trade World Cup was launched to help children and young people understand more about Fair Trade and particularly where our footballs are made. There are 3 main activity ideas in the Fair Trade World Cup.




  1. Fair Trade World Cup Tournament
  2. Fairtrade Producing Country Profile Compeitition
  3. Best Fairtrade Football Activity Award

Click here to find out how to get involved!

 

New Fairtrade Schools Award

At the end of January, the Fairtrade Foundation launched an updated Fairtrade Schools Award designed to give schools better support, more flexibility and a focus on learning.

To find out more about the changes and what it means for you visit our Fairtrade Schools page.

 

What about Foncho?

Remember this seeing this chap around in Fairtrade Fortnight? Did you sign a petition card to make bananas fair or learn about his banana farm in Columbia?

A whopping 70,000 people across the UK supported the campaign this year. You can find out more about how the Make Bananas Fair campaign is going here!

 


Fair Trade Newsletters

 Fair Trade Newsletter 2013




Divine Poetry Competition 2014




Fair Trade fortnight - Laugharne Primary School

At the start of Fair Trade fortnight, on a sunny spring morning in Laugharne Primary School pupils, staff and community representatives came together to celebrate the school becoming the 500th Fair Trade school in the UK. Guests were welcomed to the school by Nia Ward the Headteacher. Pupils described the work they had undertaken to gain Fair Trade status at a special school assembly. The First Minister, Carwyn Jones sent a personal message of congratulations and was represented by John Griffiths the Counsel General for the Assembly Government. Mr Griffiths is a strong supporter of the Fair Trade initiative and recently visited Fair Trade projects in Uganda. He congratulated the staff and the pupils on their hard work and achievements and presented the school with the Fair Trade flag. The Fair Trade Foundation arranged for Kwame Benson, President of the Fair Trade Farmers in West Africa to meet the children. He described how important Fair Trade was to his part of the world and the real difference Fair Trade was making. Local Cllr Jane Tremlett was very impressed with the pupil's presentation and felt that the teachers, she and the wider community had learned a great deal from the work that the young people had undertaken. After the assembly, pupils took part in a video conferencing session with children in a school financed by Fair Trade in Uganda. Children from both countries were able to question each other about their lives, and the responses from the Ugandan children were very humbling, and made Laugharne children appreciate even further the importance of supporting a worthy cause such as Fair Trade

Celebrating the First Fair Trade Flag in Carmarthenshire at Ysgol Llanddarog

Fair Trade Newsletters
Fair Trade Newsletter 2012.doc
Fair Trade Fortnight in Carmarthenshire  2011 (Bilingual)
Pythefnos Masnach Deg yn Sir Gâr 2011.doc

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