We have been selling Fairtrade food, crafts and cards from Traidcraft for over 20 years, as part of the church’s commitment to social justice, giving you the chance to make a difference to the lives of the people who produce the things you buy.
Traidcraft was founded as a Christian response to poverty, providing “aid through trade”. It sells fairly traded goods from small-scale producers in more than 30 developing countries.
The Traidcraft cupboards are situated in church and goods are normally available after the main Sunday service and at other times during the week.
We make fairly traded goods available to the wider community at the Farmers’ Market on the Village Square on the first Saturday of the month.
We also support the work of Traidcraft’s sister charity, Traidcraft Exchange, which supports producers in India, Bangladesh and East Africa and campaigns against injustice in global trade.
For more information contact Gill Parkin at email@example.com