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Monthly Archives: March 2016
As the afternoon turned into evening, Lorraine and I met the float we will be travelling in tomorrow. With a toilet lent by Cu Plas, brushes from our Airport Toilet-tree, Christmas 2014, and bunting, posters and balloons from Toilet Twinning, we’re … Continue reading
Since October 2014 more than 130 toilets have been twinned on the Isle of Man. They include schools, offices, churches and individuals. One MHK and an MLC have joined in. The Department of Education has taken part. One B+B has … Continue reading
Inspired by their work on Fairtrade, these boys have enjoyed baking today and will be selling their goods tomorrow, Friday. Their muffins look delicious!
A team of Year 12 students from Ramsey Grammar School were triumphant at this year’s One World Charity Challenge finals held at the Manx Museum last Wednesday evening. It was a victorious return for the school after several years’ absence … Continue reading
Ballacottier Primary School has taken its first steps to becoming a Fairtrade School – it has achieved Fair Aware status. Rosemary Clarke was delighted to present them with a giant poster of cocoa trees as part of a Fairtrade Assembly. … Continue reading
St Ninian’s Church invite you to join them for a Fairtrade breakfast combined with a cafe-style Mothering Day service this Sunday, 6th March, at 10:30.
Pupils from Bunscoill Rhumsaa have provided this week’s Thought for the Day for Manx Radio. Inspired by the delegates who attended the Primary Fairtrade Conference at the end of January, Owen, Aalin, Ella and Mia (who is seated in the photograph) wrote … Continue reading