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Sustainable Wales: FairTrade Foundation Update
SUSTAINABLE WALES

Forthcoming Fairtrade Events, organised by Bridgend Fairtrade Partnership

Join the Great Bridgend Bake-Off

Calling All Cake Makers and Cake Eaters! Pop on your pinny and take part in SUSSED’s Fairtrade Cake Baking/Tasting Event Oct 6th, 10 am. James Street, Porthcawl. Open to the public 11 a.m.

SUSSED, the local Fairtrade and ethical shop, now located up from the bandstand in Porthcawl, is hosting the event.
Bring your favourite recipe along with your cake made with as many Fairtrade ingredients as you are able. This is a fantastic event for schools, churches, groups and members of the public to all enjoy. Entrants please tel. 01656 783962 or email mm@sustainablewales.org.uk in advance.
The public will be invited throughout the day from 11.00am to join in the tasting and will be helping judge! Tickets are £2.50 and include coffee/tea and lots of tastes. (No charge for cake-makers).
Recipes will be published on the Sustainable Wales website. And as always, remember to register your steps for Fairtrade at : www.fairtrade.org.uk/step
The event is organised by The Bridgend Fairtrade Partnership and any profits will go to charity Sustainable Wales.

Join Us for a Wine and Cheese Evening with a Difference

Wine and Cheese Evening, Pyle Co-op Coffee Bar, Oct 19th 7pm-9.30pm. (Entry £4.00).
Bridgend Borough Fair Trade Group are collaborating with partners in the  Co-operative store at Pyle to offer guests a great evening out. 

As well as sampling the Co-op’s wide-range of Fairtrade wine and range of cheese, there’ll also be a quiz, and a short film screening by community arts project, Valley and Vale (V&V), about their award winning work with the Ethiopian NGO, the Gemini Trust and the development of ‘Gem Art’.
The event is also being held to recognise and celebrate Bridgend County’s renewal of Fairtrade status, help establish our forthcoming action plan and fundraise for the work of charity Sustainable Wales. The Deputy Mayor of Bridgend and her consort will be in attendance.
“This is a fun event but with an important message. Wales was officially recognised as the world’s first Fairtrade nation in 2008. To maintain this status we need all boroughs to incrementally improve the sale and knowledge of Fairtrade across their area. Porthcawl Town has just retained its FT status. However, Maesteg and Pencoed are yet to achieve this. The Bridgend Fairtrade Partnership believes that it is important that they do and are prepared to offer assistance.” said Chairperson Margaret Minhinnick. Please forward any details or queries to mm@sustainablewales.org.uk .
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