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Clothing swap / sale – Abolitionist Guernsey

You are invited to a clothing swap/sale on 6th April at the Holy Trinity Church & Centre – 11 a.m. for the SWAP event and 2 p.m. for the Sale. The SWAP event will include sustainable style tips and a brief talk about the one island one village campaign and schools4freedom project.

All proceeds will be going to the oneislandonevilage campaign, a campaign to bring a community in rural uttar pradesh out of slavery and into freedom through the Schools4Freedom project.

For more details about how you can get involved email us at OneIslandOneVillage@gmail.com, check out our instagram page (abolitionist guernsey), and also the oneislandonevillage facebook page.

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TONIGHT – Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group AGM followed by Special Fairtrade Meal…

……on Tuesday 5 March 2019.

…starting at 6.30 p.m. in The Drawing Room, Hotel de Havelet, St Peter Port.

….followed at 7.00 p.m. by enjoying the Special Fairtrade Menu (see attached) in the Copenhagen Bar and Grill.

Everyone welcome to both events. Please reserve your place for the meal to assist catering arrangements – email:stevemauger@cwgsy.net

Hotel de Havelet Fairtrade Menu 2019

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Do you like great chocolate, coffee, tea, bananas?

Do you like great chocolate, coffee, tea, bananas?
Do you shop fair by choosing Fairtrade?
Could you spare an hour or two to help Guernsey remain a Fairtrade Island?

The Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group started in 2005 and this small group of volunteers would welcome new people to join in.

In the near future there will be vacancies for:
Secretary
Assistant Secretary
Minute Secretary

The above positions support a small, friendly and welcoming team and we’d be delighted to hear from you.

Please contact: Steve Mauger for further information stevemauger@cwgsy.net

 

 

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Easyjet now offering Clipper Fairtrade Teas

  Six organic and Fairtrade teas from Clipper’s portfolio is now available to over 90 million passengers annually. Not only is the tea organic it will also be served in cups made from plants not plastic. The plastic-free cups are fully compostable, made from sustainably-sourced card and lined with plant-based PLA. Clipper never uses bleach to whiten the bag and is working to develop a fully-biodegradable, GM-free tea bag from solely plant-based materials.

Founded in Dorset in 1984 and now the world’s largest Fairtrade tea brand, Clipper is thrilled to be supplying easyJet and looking forward to seeing Clipper’s Fairtrade tea served in the skies for the first time.”

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Could you help…….?

Guernsey has been recognised as a Fairtrade Island since March 2006 and the Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group continues to work to ensure a better deal for producers and farmers in poor developing countries. Meeting about six times a year and with a focus on Fairtrade Fortnight the team arrange various initiatives and often welcome Fairtrade visitors to the island. New members to join the Group are always very welcome and our next meeting is on 4 October 2018. If you’d like to help or want to know more, please contact Steve Mauger (email: stevemauger@cwgsy.net). Your input would be much appreciated, and looking to our AGM next year, we will also be looking to fill the following vacancies: Secretary, Assistant Secretary and Minute Secretary.