Vide: Campaigners take part in Fair Trade Frtnight

PUBLISHED: 17:29 04 March 2008 | UPDATED: 22:01 03 May 2010

Ella, Isabelle, Tom and Joseph raise awareness of Fairtrade in Market Square.

Ella, Isabelle, Tom and Joseph raise awareness of Fairtrade in Market Square.

FAIRTRADE campaigners descended n Ely n Saturday (March 1), carrying a giant banana. The Fair Trade, Fair Debt event at Ely s cathedral centre frmed part f Fairtrade Frtnight. Refreshments, displays, activities and a children s painting cmpetitin w

FAIRTRADE campaigners descended n Ely n Saturday (March 1), carrying a giant banana.

The Fair Trade, Fair Debt event at Ely's cathedral centre frmed part f Fairtrade Frtnight. Refreshments, displays, activities and a children's painting cmpetitin were rganised fr the event, in assciatin with Jubilee Debt campaigners.

Pauline Jupp, ne f the Fairtrade rganisers said: "Time and again I read f hw access t the Fairtrade mark simply changes everything in lcal develping cmmunities. Fr me this is what Fairtrade and this event is all abut, encuraging us t buy Fairtrade and get directly invlved in changing lives fr the better."

Fairtrade and Fair Debt have jined tgether t frm Ely Scial Respnsibility Grup, which is spnsred by the Bray's Lane Waitrse stre.


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