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New Schools Worker

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed our new schools worker. Sarah Lart will be with us until July 2014. She will be working with Fair Do’s, Fair Trade Wales and teachers in the SE Wales region. Sarah will be helping schools progress towards their Fairtrade School award, promoting teaching resources on fair trade, and working to increase the use of fair trade within schools. Since 2002, Sarah has
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Welcome to our new website!

Hello and welcome! We hope you will enjoy our brand new website! You can find all the same information that was on our previous website, and more! We hope this new site will give you easier access to all the latest news with Fair Do’s. We will be posting regular updates here so do check back. You can also find links to our Facebook and Twitter pages on the home page, where we update very regularly about events,
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Job Opportunity

We have an exciting short-term job opportunity! If you are interested in promoting fairtrade within schools then this could be the job for you! Fair Do’s / Siopa Teg want to employ a temporary part time worker to provide direct support to schools that are working towards the Fairtrade School Award and to continue to support those schools that have gained this status. This will be achieved by liaising with schoo
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Christmas Opening Hours 2013

We will be open on Monday 23rd December 10am-5pm and Christmas Eve, Tuesday 24th December 10am-2pm We will then be closed for Christmas holidays until 10am on Thursday 2nd January
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Late night Christmas Shopping 2013

We will once again be holding a late night shopping evening for the upcoming festive season. So if you can’t make it to Fair Do’s during our normal opening hours, this event is for you! On Tuesday 3rd December we will be open until 8pm There will be some festive music and even a few fairtrade treats to sample. As if that wasn’t enough, if you fancy heading over to Chapter Arts Centre over the road o
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Welsh and bilingual Christmas cards – cardiau Nadolig Cymraeg a dwyieithog

We stock a big selection of Welsh and bilingual Christmas cards at Fair Do’s. Most of these cards are not available directly from Traidcraft so pick up your bilingual Christmas greetings from us! Click here –  Cardiau Nadolig 2013 Cymorth Cristnogol to see the full selection of beautiful cards.
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Latest news

We have exciting news here at Fair Do’s – we are well on the way to becoming a CIC (Community Interest Company) A CIC is a business with social objectives, which uses its profits for reinvestment into that purpose. Fair Do’s has always been operated like a social enterprise and we hope that this formal change will enhance our work with schools, churches and local communities. You can read a bit more
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Fair Weather

We’ve been enjoying some beautiful sunshine here in South Wales so what better time to let you know about some of our lovely summer products? Did you know we sell fairtrade disposable barbecues? For just £2.95 each, you could be enjoying some very ethically-cooked burgers! We also sell plenty of beautiful and practical items for your garden, including pots, string, gloves and even fairtrade compost! Of course,
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Fashion Show 2013

We’ve barely recovered from Fairtrade Fortnight and we’re moving swiftly on to our next exciting event! The Fair Do’s fashion show is back! After a break of 3 years, we’re returning again to Calvary Baptist Church on Saturday 13th April at 7.30pm for an evening of fairtrade fashion and inspiring words from a guest speaker. Tickets are £5, including some fairtrade refreshments. You can purchase
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Fairtrade fortnight 2013

We’ve had a fantastic fairtrade fortnight again this year, packed with many events and inspiring people. THANK YOU to all of you who have joined us along the way and helped us out – we couldn’t manage without our fabulous team of staff, volunteers and supporters. We are so grateful for you all. Here are some of our highlights: On Tuesday 5th March, we once again were able to co-host an evening of ol
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