Fair Trade in Chepstow

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Chepstow Fair Trade Forum sampling Fair Trade Organic Mount Elgon Gumutindo arabica coffee from Uganda. Made exclusively from coffee grown by women!  A member of the cooperative group of farmers growing the coffee was visiting Chepstow as part of Fair Trade Fortnight.

Fair Trade Fortnight 2017

Chepstow Fair Trade 10th Birthday Tea Party on 2nd March. 2017  2.30 – 4.00pm

   

   


The new Chepstow Fair Trade Flag

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The aims of our group are:-

  • To promote the concept of Fairtrade.
  • To raise awareness in the Chepstow area of the Fairtrade mark and promote sales of      products which carry it.
  • To maintain Fairtrade Town status for Chepstow.

Membership of the Forum is open to any individual or organisation in the area which shares our objectives as listed above. The activities of the Forum are organised by the Steering Group and all members are welcome to join the Steering Group and attend meetings. We take part in and organise local Fairtrade Fortnight events at the end of February and beginning of March each year.

Fair Trade Logo

The Fairtrade logo is a waving person against a background of grass and sky.  Look for this Mark on products when you shop.  It guarantees the producers have been paid a fair price for their products.

 


 

To join the Chepstow Fairtrade Forum please send the following information plus a £5 membership fee to: Tanya White, Rockymead, Coleford Road, Tutshill, Chepstow NP16 7BU.

Name: ______________________________ Tel: __________________
Address: ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________
E-mail: ________________________________________________
Signature: ____________________________________________

Contact Us:-
Tanya White:  tanya_white58@hotmail.co.uk
Julia Parsons:  julia@esnadene.plus.com


The following businesses in Chepstow either sell or serve Fairtrade products:
Chepstow Bookshop – St Mary Street Chepstow
T-Licious – St Mary Street Chepstow
Coffee#1 – St Mary Street Chepstow
Deacons Florist  – Bank Street Chepstow
Greggs – High Street Chepstow
Boots – High Street Chepstow
Herbert Lewis – High Street Chepstow
Tesco – Station Road Chepstow
First Class Café – Station Road Chepstow
Beveridge & Co. – Rifleman’s Way Chepstow
St Pierre Hotel and Country Club – Newport Road Mathern
Chepstow Methodist Church Café – Thomas Street Chepstow
Carriages Tea Room – Tintern Old Station
The White Monk – Tintern Abbey

The following groups and establishments in Chepstow have pledged to support fairtrade by using Fairtrade products:
Amnesty International, Chepstow Group
Chepstow Baptist Church Lower Church Street
Chepstow Book Shop 13 St. Marys Street
Chepstow Methodist Church Moor Street
Chepstow Museum Bridge Street
Chepstow Tourist Information Centre Bridge Street
Chepstow Town Council The Gate House, High Street
Eden Rose St.Mary Street
Liddells, Architects Stuart House, The Back
P.C.Merrick, Chemist 12 – 13 Steep Street
Mathern & St.Pierre Churches
Monmouthshire County Council One Stop Shop
Chepstow Library, Manor Way
Mount Pleasant G.P. Surgery
Chepstow Community Hospital
Oxfam Shop Beaufort Square
Ride and Stride St.Arvans
S.E.R.Beards, Electricals 12 High Street St
St Christopher’s Church Bulwark Road
St Mary’s Catholic Church Old Bulwark Road
St Mary’s Primary School Old Bulwark Road
St Mary’s Priory Church Upper Church Street
The British Red Cross Shop Welsh Street
The Bridge Pentecostal Church Bulwark Road
The Head Shop 11 Middle Street
Transition Chepstow
Town Gate G.P. Surgery
Vauxhall G.P. Surgery Vauxhall Lane

Fair Trade Town Logo

Fair Trade Town Logo

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