Are you in the Bury StEdmunds Fairtrade directory?

BRADFIELD ST GEORGE: the Bury St Edmunds Fairtrade Partnership is breaking new ground by hosting a gathering of representatives from all seven Fairtrade towns in Suffolk at Bradfield St George.
Michael Gidney, chief executive of the Fairtrade Foundation centre.
Picture Mark Westley ANL-160731-215841009
BRADFIELD ST GEORGE: the Bury St Edmunds Fairtrade Partnership is breaking new ground by hosting a gathering of representatives from all seven Fairtrade towns in Suffolk at Bradfield St George. Michael Gidney, chief executive of the Fairtrade Foundation centre. Picture Mark Westley ANL-160731-215841009

The Bury St Edmunds Fairtrade Partnership, supported by the town council, is in the process of producing a Fairtrade directory and map of shops, cafes and other businesses that sell at least two or more Fairtrade goods.

This is for the benefit of the many residents, tourists and visitors who wish to buy Fairtrade goods in the town.

The partnership already has a substantial list of businesses but is anxious to include any they do not yet know about.

Any business that sells Fairtrade goods, but does not yet have one of the ‘Proud to support Fairtrade’ stickers on display and would like to be in the directory should contact secretary Penny Bentley by email at: penny.bentley1@btinternet.com so they can be included.