Young Bakewell consumers support Fairtrade

Youngsters have been harvesting Fairtrade logos in a big to support farmersworldwide.

Tuesday, 18th April 2017, 12:04 pm
Updated Tuesday, 9th May 2017, 6:33 pm
Bakewell Infants get involved in Fairtrade

Pupils at Bakewell Infants School collected as many Fairtrade logos as possible from their family shopping during Fairtrade Fortnight, in a bid to support the movement, which aims to provide farmers throughout the globe with a decent price for their goods.

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The children who collected the most logos were Olivia Travis, Aleisha Watson, Frankie Hawley-Wilson and Bell Green (pictured above with Bakewell Mayor Helen Froggett) and they were presented with gift vouchers to be used in the Cooperative store, which sells many Fairtrade products.