pupils' coffee morning promotes Fairtrade message
coffee morning held at a Burnham-On-Sea church to promote Fairtrade
products has been hailed a success by organisers.
60 visitors came to the annual Fairtrade Café event run
by the children of St Andrews School.
enjoyed cups of freshly brewed tea and coffee plus homemade cakes.
was held as part of the children's studies about the imbalance
of trade between the First and Third World.
also seeks to raise awareness of the availability of Fairtrade
goods in our local shops and supermarkets.
Vicar of St Andrew's, Rev Graham Witts, said: "I am very
pleased that the cafe was such a success and helped raise awareness
of the need for fairer trading agreements between the First and
children were great ambassadors for the whole idea of Fairtrade
as well as providing us with an enjoyable and informative morning."
the café was a display of childrens work, a quiz
about Fairtrade, and a Tradecraft stall run by Chris Wreay.