Lots of events with a Fairtrade feature can be found around the Holme Valley – take a look and join in! If you’d like your event listed here please email our web manager: email@example.com
Afternoon Tea Party - The Black Cat Bistro - Sunday 15th July
Join The Black Cat Bistro to celebrate their third birthday in style, with a French-inspired afternoon tea (as always, using local, ethical and Fairtrade ingredients) and glass of prosecco!
Only £25 per person - includes a selection of sweet and savoury treats from The Black Cat Bistro kitchen, and a glass of fizz!
Call to book: 01484 682212
Holme Valley Fairtrade Summer Social - The Winking Stag - Wednesday 1st
RICE Farmer Visit! - Honley High School - Monday 17th September, 10am to 11.30pm
fairandfunky are delighted to announce that rice farmers from Malawi are coming to visit and they'd like to invite you to join them at Honley High School for a Malawi Morning!
Schools, community groups, individuals, churches.....YOU....are invited to Honley High School on Monday 17th September to.....
* Meet the farmers
* Enjoy rice tasting sessions on arrival - thanks to The Black Cat Bistro
* Take part in a mini SCRAPtastic ‘make a Malawi flag’ workshops
* Enjoy Fairtrade refreshments
and listen to a presentation from the rice farmers and be inspired to take part in a 90kg rice challenge!
Rice will be available to buy at the event - will fairandfunky be able to complete a 90kg challenge in one morning?! (£3.20 for 1kg bag)
Thank you to Kirklees Fairtrade for sponsoring the event.
Holmfirth Food and Drink Festival - Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th September
For the third year running, Holmfirth Food and Drink Festival will include the ‘fairandfunky family food zone’ - an exciting, interesting and unique marketplace within Holmfirth Food and Drink Festival, showcasing a range of local and Fairtrade/ethical stallholders.
Over the festival weekend Holmfirth Market will be filled with stallholders from the Yorkshire Region selling Fairtrade, recycled, organic, or locally produced goods – food AND gifts.
Holme Valley Fairtrade will have a stall in the 'fairandfunky Family Food Zone' on both the Saturday and the Sunday of the festival - do join us to celebrate all things Fairtrade throughout the weekend!
This year, Holmfirth Food and Drink Festival is also working to be ‘plastic clever’ with a ban on plastic straws and a move to all takeaway containers being eco-friendly. Priority will be given to stalls who can demonstrate that they too are ‘plastic clever’.
Vegan Evening - The Black Cat Bistro - Thursday 4th October, 6pm til late
Swap Shop Sew - Holmfirth Civic Hall - Sunday 21st October, 2pm to 4pm
Swap Shop Sew is BACK!
Put the date in your diary and start putting your swap collection together. An afternoon of upcycling workshops, shopping in the ethical and handmade marketplace, Fairtrade refreshments and swapping your wardrobe!
We're delighted to be welcoming a range of local and ethical stalls to the Swap Shop Sew Ethical Marketplace if you are interested in having a stall please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form.
More details about the event will follow......watch this space!
fairandfunky Fairtrade Conference for Primary Schools - The Creative and Media Studio School - Friday 1st March, 2019
The fairandfunky Fairtrade Conference brings together Primary Schools to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight. The conference will ignite enthusiasm and interest in both pupils and teachers to maintain awareness and understanding of Fairtrade and how it can be taught within busy classrooms.
Interactive workshops involving creative arts, drama, and real life stories will take delegates on a Fairtrade Adventure around the world and discover how to take a break with Fairtrade!
The cost to school (2 teachers and up to 8 student delegates) to attend conference is £125. Please email email@example.com for a booking form.
fairandfunky Fairtrade Conference for Secondary Schools - Honley High School - Wednesday 6th March, 2019
The fairandfunky Fairtrade Conference brings together Secondary Schools from across the North West to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight. The conference will ignite enthusiasm and interest in both pupils and teachers to maintain awareness and understanding of Fairtrade and how it can be taught within busy classrooms.
Interactive workshops involving debate, creative arts, drama, real life stories, and chocolate tasting will take delegates on a Fairtrade Adventure and discover how to take a break with Fairtrade!
The cost to school (up to 10 student delegates) to attend conference is £145. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form.