2006, Visit to Guernsey by Simeon Greene and Bruce Crowther.
Congratulations to winner Liam Torode and runner up Georgia Watson on their amazing Fairtrade creations.
Well done CI Co-op for providing all the ingredients.#
Students Kiera Nichols, Matt Le Page and Sam Crawford with Fairtrade campaigners Simeon Green and Bruce Crowther.
St Peter Port Secondary School.
Fairtrade food meeting with students
l-r Pupil Robert Neath, Fairtrade campaigner Simeon Green, student Aaron Lamb, Fairtrade campaigner Bruce Crowther and Lloyds TSB sponsor Michael Starkey.
Following the popularity of this year’s Big Fairtrade Breakfast, the team at the Fairtrade Foundation are hard at work on next year’s Fairtrade Fortnight (27 February – 12 March, 2017).
In 2017, we’ll be building on our message that many of the farmers and workers who grow our food don’t earn enough to feed their families, and connecting consumers with the challenges they face – all through the medium of breaks! With your help, we want them to understand how buying Fairtrade can help break the cycle of poverty..
Blanchelande enjoying their imaginative Fairtrade Fortnight Breakfasts!
Guernsey Press Schools Design An Ad Competition 2016
Well done to all competitors in the Guernsey Press Schools Design an Ad competition 2016.
Special congratulations to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place award winners too for our Channel Islands Co-operative Fairtrade Ad and your great entries :-
We’ve included photo’s of our Fairtrade Ad Junior and Senior award winners, their entries, the design brief and the front cover of today’s magazine!
Thanks to the efforts of Rob Sweeney and his students at St Peter Port School this impressive floral float took part at the 2008 Guernsey Battle of Flowers. A wonderful creative show!
An enthusiastic Fairtrade assembly at Forest School in Fairtrade Fortnight 2008
Frankie the Fairtrade Banana with lots of friends during Fairtrade Fortnight 2006 at Vale Junior School.