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TRADECRAFT fighting poverty through trade
The All Saints’ Traidcraft Stall is a local boutique offering of the national ethical trader Traidcraft, which was founded in 1979 to provide uplift to poor communities in Africa and Asia by helping them to trade out of poverty.
After the 10am service on a Sunday morning the stall is open
you will find staple foods and beverages always available as well as selected chocolate treats – all produced using certified Fairtrade ingredients that you know provide a Fairtrade premium to the producers at origin.
So you can make a small but important change each week by deciding to buy your tea or coffee or honey or rice or pasta from Traidcraft, and maybe even your breakfast cereal.
We can only stock the products customers will buy regularly (otherwise we have to buy all the stock ourselves!), but in addition to our food selection parishioners can browse the highly original range of Fairtrade craft products and clothing in the catalogues we have on the stall for people to take home.
Alternatively they can look online and tell us what they’d like to order from www.traidcraftshop.co.uk
Tell us what you want and we will order it for you and you won’t have to pay any shipping charges (and you only pay when you receive your goods). You won’t find these unique non-food gifts and creations in the shops.
Take a look and come and say hello on a Sunday morning.
Our church uses many Traidcraft products
the tea, coffee and sugar for refreshments after church or at our monthly coffee mornings.
We even have Traidcraft toilet paper!
only 10% of tea sold in the UK is Fairtrade
Please swap your tea and make the difference.
Do you make New Year Resolutions?
Why not resolve in 2018 to make more use of
our Traidcraft stall?