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Young Co-operative passes on the Fairtrade message

Young Co-operators from Fulston Manor School in Sittingbourne, Kent, passed the Fairtrade message on to local pensioners at a visit to an Age Concern day centre during Fairtrade Fortnight.

Fairtrade presentation

Those present at the Age Concern coffee morning were served Fairtrade tea, coffee and biscuits by the Fulston Manor Students, who also gave a short presentation on Fairtrade. Each attendee was also given a Fairtrade teabag.

Fulston Manor serves Fairtrade products

Sarah Palmer, the school’s community cohesion manager, said: “The morning was extremely successful with both the clients and our Young Co-operatives thoroughly enjoying the experience. They are a newly formed group and this was their first visit into the community. They did themselves and the school proud by delivering the Fairtrade message."

Fairtrade coffee morning
Fairtrade passes from young to old