Wimborne secures Fairtrade status


Wimborne BID Chair Fiona Harwood

Wimborne Minster has proudly maintained its status as a Fairtrade town, reflecting the dedication of the local business community to promote ethical trade practices and support global sustainability.
John Spatchet, Chair of the Wimborne and Colehill Fairtrade group, expressed delight at the renewal: ‘We are thrilled that so many outlets in our communities support Fairtrade, and we in turn are supporting farmers and producers in the developing world to get a fair deal.’
The Fairtrade Communities Team lauded the local campaigners for their contributions toward advancing workers’ rights and fair compensation globally. Fiona Harwood, Chair of Wimborne BID, also applauded the local Fairtrade steering group for their efforts. ‘Businesses in Wimborne really support initiatives that promote a sustainable and fair future,’ she said.
Wimborne BID sees an ongoing role in promoting important global issues like trade and climate justice.


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