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‘’A world freed from the scandal of poverty, where trade is just and people and communities can flourish’’

These are the words of Traidcraft’s vision statement – and what we at our church are contributing towards by using and selling their products. For more information on Traidcraft go to http://www.traidcraft.co.uk/ 


 Before joining Fairtrade we didn't see any benefits, development or profit. The price we used to receive per box wasn't enough to cover our costs – and for 17 years the price didn't change.  Since starting with Fairtrade it's made a mega-revolution in our lives.”            

Marcial Quintero, a member of a Fairtrade banana co-operative in Panama 

It's a scandalous reality that millions of farmers and workers are being ripped off despite working hard to provide the products we love.  Unfairness in global trade is rooted in centuries of exploitation. 

Yet across the globe millions of hard-working producers are unravelling this legacy.  They're fighting for a fair deal, supported by Fairtrade, earning their way out of poverty and transforming their communities. 

Together we're stronger, and more people choosing, sharing and shouting about Fairtrade in the UK means more power to producers to break the stranglehold of poverty prices. 

There's never been a more important time to stand with producers through Fairtrade – to protect the progress you've achieved and to welcome more producers in to Fairtrade. 

Your opportunity starts with the following: 

You will be able to browse and buy from the Fairtrade stall after the Women's World Day of Prayer to be held at St. Andrew's Church on March 2nd at 10-30 and 7-30. 

The following day, Saturday from 10am a coffee morning will be held at the Parish Centre with another opportunity to buy your Fairtrade goods from the stall. 

At the Methodist Church on Saturday March 10th from 10.30 – 12.30 there will be a coffee morning, home-made cakes with Fairtrade ingredients, tasters and give-aways. 

We would love to see you at any or all of these events.

 Maureen Hartridge.

 Thank you for buying Traidcraft,  


We are a fair trade church in a Fairtrade Town and committed to using fairly traded refreshments at all our meetings and events.

Alongside this we have a stall, stocking delicious food, cards, beautifully crafted jewellery and home accessories from Traidcraft.  

This provides farmers and suppliers with a decent price and working conditions for the goods that they produce.  

You will be able to buy from our stall after services on a Sunday or at the coffee fellowship on Wednesday mornings.  

Do come and see the lovely range we have on offer. 



Droitwich Spa Fairtrade group first met in June 2005, to ensure continued commitment to its Fairtrade Town status, which was achieved in June 2007 . We are supported by the Town Council and Wychavon District Council . Our small, friendly group, hold  committee  meetings four times a year, engaging in the towns activities and lobbying shops, cafes, and restaurants to stock products with the Fairtrade mark . We work closely with Transitional towns at events and would welcome new members to join our group . http://www.droitwichspafairtrade.org.uk/ .










16 Feb 2012, 14:11