The Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group was formed by volunteers with the aim of raising awareness of and support for Fairtrade in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. This focus will continue and is dependent on the support of so many people. More and more people are needed to grow the influence of Fairtrade and the main thrust is to see as much purchasing of Fairtrade products as possible in order that the benefits will accrue for Third World Producers. Our individual purchasing of Fairtrade is easily done.
But, the Steering Group is always in need of enthusiastic volunteers to help undertake the vital organising and monitoring of local activities and initiatives. If you think you might be able to help we’d be delighted to hear from you. For more information why not contact Steve Mauger on 728064 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Everyone is invited to organise an event or an initiative that will raise awareness of Fairtrade.
For great tips, ideas and resources, contact – The Fairtrade Foundation
The Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group is keen to respond to requests for help.
Members are available to speak in school assemblies, lessons, youth groups, meetings, church or community events. Visits by representatives of The Fairtrade Foundation and/or overseas Producers can also sometimes be arranged during Fairtrade Fortnight.
We also have a Fairtrade school representative who can be contacted for materials and advice:
Amanda Evans, PSHCE adviser
The Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group: email@example.com
The Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group
Sir de Vic Carey – Bailiwick of Guernsey Patron
Sean McManus – Chairman
Phil Soulsby – Treasurer
Steve Mauger – Secretary
Nicky Terry – Minutes Secretary
Amanda Evans – Schools Liaison
Annabel Ede-Golightly – Churches Liaison
Greg Yeoman – CI Co-operative Society Ltd
Mary Veron – Fairtrade Fortnight Campaign Coordinator
Sandra McInally – Fairtrade Fortnight Campaign Coordinator
Michelle Dumont Darnell
Ian Le Page
Sara and Peter Dorey
The Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group was formed in March 2005.
To promote the concept of Fairtrade
To raise awareness of the FAIRTRADE Mark
To achieve Fairtrade Island status for Guernsey, as detailed in the Fairtrade Foundation’s Fairtrade Town Goals and Action Pack.
Guernsey was awarded Fairtrade Island Status in March 2006.