The coffee morning was a great success with almost 100 people through the doors of the Townhouse, all enjoying fairtrade refreshments, information and a fairtrade raffle.The Fairtrade poster competition winners by Dunbar Primary school pupils,were on display for all to enjoy.
Folks helped themselves to fairtrade coffee, tea, cakes and biscuits and a big box of fairtrade bananas were free to sample!
The fairtrade stall displayed a lovely variety of gifts, cards, edible treats and drinks.
The Co-op had an information area, giving out free samples and information on the Co-op’s fairtrade commitment and work.
The Dunbar community bakery brought delicious sweet and savoury goods for all to try and helped man the kitchen throughout.
All in all a busy, enjoyable and informative time.
These events will greatly help in our aim to raise awareness of fairtrade issues and our group’s goal of achieving Fairtrade status for Dunbar.
Alongside our Fairtrade group members, many other individuals, groups and businesses joined in, in supporting Fairtrade fortnight, again many thanks.
The biggest thanks however to the public who came along to see what it was all about and support the coffee morning.