Fairtrade Children’s Trail

This Fairtrade Fortnight we’re highlighting how some of our favourite foods, such as bananas, coffee and chocolate, are becoming endangered because of climate change and unfair trade.

Follow our trail around St Peter Port and find 12 Fairtrade products displayed in the windows of (and in some cases inside) participating businesses*. Make a note of the letters on the pictures, rearrange them to make a well-known Fairtrade term and send us your answer to be in with the chance of winning one of two £25 vouchers.

The trail will run from Monday 20th February to Sunday 12th March and is open to all children up aged 4-16 years.

Entry forms can be downloaded HERE or from Facebook and must be emailed to [email protected] by midnight on Sunday 12th March. Hard copy forms and an entry box can also be found in the Guille-Allès Library.

All correct answers will be put into a box and the winners picked out at random. There will be separate prizes for primary- and secondary-school age children.

*Participating St Peter Port businesses are Co-op Locale The Market, Marks & Spencer food hall, White Stuff, Moores Hotel, Fillers, GSPCA charity shop, Little Ginger Boutique, Hansa, Guille-Allès Library, Health Connections Reloved Living (Market Square), Land of Green Ginger and The Guernsey Weigh.