Worship and Services in March 2015

Worship and Sunday Services –  March 2015 – all are welcome (scroll down) March 1 Morning Service with Holy Communion – at 10.30am and is led by the Revd. Russell Furley-Smith Please join us after the service for coffee and other light refreshments in a friendly and informal setting. Evening gathering –  at 6pm in the lounge – Bible […]

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Folkweave – news and events – 28th February 2015 to 8th March 2015

Our Weekly Newsletter giving you details of what is on and interesting items of news (click on button below). DIARY OF EVENTS from 28th February 2015 to 8th March 2015 Day                               From   To   Event More Information Saturday   28th Feb 10.00am 12 Noon Coffee Morning       10.00am 12 Noon Book Fair       10.00am […]

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Folkweave – news and events – 14 February 2015 to 22nd February 2015

Our Weekly Newsletter giving you details of what is on and interesting items of news (click on button below). DIARY OF EVENTS from 14th February 2015 to 22nd February 2015 Day                               From   To   Event More Information Saturday   14th Feb 10.00am 12 Noon Coffee Morning       10.00am 12 Noon Book Fair       10.00am […]

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Meet Cocoa Farmer Fortin Bley

Fortin, 42, is a cocoa farmer in Côte d’Ivoire and Secretary General of Cooperative Agricole N’Zrama de N’Douci (CANN). Fortin lives with his wife and has one child. CANN was set up so that its members could benefit from fair buying practices and better prices. More Fairtrade sales would mean a lot – to Fortin […]

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Meet Sugar Cane Farmer Ruberra Figueroa

Ruberra, or Ruby as she is known, is part of the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association (BSCFA) –which has been Fairtrade certified since 2008 – and a single mother of three. She supplements her farming income by baking sweetbread and selling it to the local community. Fairtrade has made a difference to Ruby’s life. The […]

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Meet Tea Farmer Fyson Tchale

Fyson is married with eight children and 33 grandchildren. The 79-year-old started growing tea as a smallholder farmer in 1964. Eleven years ago, he joined Sukambizi Association Trust (SAT), a co-operative with more than 8,000 smallholder farmers in the Mount Mulanje area of southern Malawi.   The benefits of Fairtrade for Fyson range from being able […]

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