Fairtrade Lichfield at 10: Michael Hawkes (Founder member), Mayor of Lichfield, Rev Warren Bardsley (Founder member), Cllr Tony Thomson (Patron), Mayor's Consort. Front Row: Jan Hawkes (Founder member), Anne Pitman (Oxfam), Barbara Gwinnett (Regional Rep. on Fairtrade Foundation) pic.twitter.com/BpTyJauDzF— Fairtrade Lichfield (@FairtradeLich) March 18, 2018
Lichfield is a Fairtrade City. Being a Fairtrade City means that Fairtrade has the backing of both Lichfield City and District Councils. Fairtrade products are available in a wide range of local shops, cafÃ©s and restaurants. Many local businesses, schools, public services, churches and voluntary organisations have committed themselves to supporting Fairtrade.
“I salute the people of Lichfield. You are joining a movement that is changing the world now and for the better”George Alagiah OBE
Did you know
Dolce Vita, University Campus sells Fairtrade products?
Every time you buy an item bearing the FAIRTRADE Mark, you are supporting farmers in poor countries.
Always look for the distinctive FAIRTRADE Mark when you do your shopping.
Get in touch if you would like to know more about Fairtrade or to tell us how you are supporting Fairtrade.
And did you know
Midlands Co-operative Society Ltd, Eastern Avenue supports Fairtrade?