Milton Keynes Fairtrade Forum
Milton Keynes Fairtrade Forum is a group of local people who are committed to promoting fair trade. Our aims include increasing awareness about fair trade in and around Milton Keynes and increasing the availability of fairly traded goods locally.
We know that Fairtrade is one of the most effective ways of contributing to development. That is why we want everyone in Milton Keynes to be a Fairtrade consumer, and Fairtrade products to be available in supermarkets, restaurants and workplaces across MK.
Specialist fair trade outlets in Milton Keynes
The Church of Christ the Cornerstone, Central Milton Keynes. Well-stocked kiosk of fair trade products, mostly from the pioneer fair trade company Traidcraft, in the reception area. Pay at the reception desk. Orders from Traidcraft’s complete range at www.traidcraftshop.co.uk can also be taken through the church and delivered there, carriage free. Church of Christ the Cornerstone, 300 Saxon Gate, MK92ES, 01908 237777.
Eye2eye FairTrade stall at Wolverton’s Farmers’ Market. Check Saturday morning openings of stall and shop opening times at Wollaston Courtyard in Wollaston, NN297QF at www.eye2eye-fair-trade.co.uk . Internet shop and local collection also available.
Oxfam shops at 70 High Street, Newport Pagnell (01908 615320) and 12 High Street, Stony Stratford (01908 567941).
Camphill Shop, Camphill Milton Keynes Communities, Japonica Lane, Willen Park, MK15 9JY. For more information, see www.camphillmk.co.uk
Want to know more about Fairtrade?
For more information about Fairtrade, see the national Fairtrade Foundation’s website at www.fairtrade.org.uk
Do you have fresh ideas about how to promote Fairtrade? Would you like to join in our local events? Contact us at email@example.com