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FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT – starts 24th February

Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.

Exeter Diocese is working towards becoming a fairtrade Diocese. Has your Church signed up yet? Are you working towards this aim? It means providing fairtrade refreshments (tea, coffee, sugar) at all . . . → Read More: FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT – starts 24th February

Flower Festival

St Andrews Church, Colyton is to stage a flower festival from 19th – 22nd June 2014.

The title of the festival will be “Bridal Flowers & Fashion”. As the name implies there will be a wedding theme, with flower displays, bridal dresses and accessorises with particular reference to the bridal styles of . . . → Read More: Flower Festival

Thika, Kenya

Please do have a look at the attached update which gives news on our Companion Diocese of Thika, Kenya. Just click on the link below:

Thika update for linked parishes Jan 2014

St Andrew’s Community Cafe

Community Café is held every Tuesday morning, 9.30-11.30am in St Andrew’s Church, Colyton.

A great place to pop in for a mug of fresh fairtrade coffee or tea and a slice of delicious

home made cake! Everyone is made welcome and there is a toy box for the little ones! What a great way . . . → Read More: St Andrew’s Community Cafe

Fairtrade

The Diocese is encouraging us all to become Fairtrade Churches with a view to becoming a Fairtrade Diocese. To do this you will need to commit to three things: We will use Fairtrade tea, coffee, sugar when we serve refreshments, after services and for all church events. (Churches that do not usually serve refreshments . . . → Read More: Fairtrade