Fairtrade Art Exhibition

The large windows of the MEA building in Strand Street, Douglas, are hosting an exhibition of children’s Fairtrade Art this week. Drefi the Fairtrade Dragon was created by St John’s Primary School – some of the pineapples and bananas he enjoys are on the windows, tantalisingly out of his reach …

St Thomas’s have contributed a three dimensional three legs of man using Fairtrade wrappers and lots of footsteps showing that they are doing a lot for Fairtrade.

St Ninians have provided information about the processes behind Fairtrade cotton. They are also working at the Manx Museum this week on a three dimensional map of the Island, created from Manx telephone directories, with Fairtrade labels on the top.

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