MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
White Bands were tied around the City Shopping Centre by children from 36 schools – 10,000 signatures, now on their way to Edinburgh.
The City Church was wrapped in a WHITE BAND of signatures on 25th June with another 5000 signatures. Ann Smith, CAFOD, gives her parishes signatures to be counted by Barbara.
At the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the inauguration of the Peace Pagoda a big WHITE BAND was tied around the Peace Pagoda and thousands of signatures encircled the base.
A big White Band was tied round the Oak Tree in Midsummer Place.
The Network is supported by MKJust Trading,an organising outlet for Traidcraft in Milton Keynes. More below.
How can you Help?
Become a member by filling in a subscription form ( See CONTACT US page) and returning it to the MKP&J Network office
Come along to the Just Suppers and find out more. See the EVENTS page for current Just Suppers
To help with the Fair Trade Stall, helping with the Just Suppers and in many other ways we have not even thought of.
Milton Keynes had its own Fairtrade shop-SUST! in the Food Centre which was closed after 5 successful years in February 2009. But you can still find a range of FAIRTRADE goods at Christ the Cornerstone Kiosk and in many supermarkets especially the Co-op.
MK Just Trading
has outlets in many groups and parishes in Milton Keynes. If you want to get involved contact Win on 01908567436. If you want to find out more about Fairtrade in Milton Keynes visit MK Fairtrade Forum
Campaign against the Arms Trade supporters demonstrate outside BAE MK 10 Nov. 2003
John wows the lobbyists June 28th.2003
Zulu Dancers at the Sust! shop opening.25th.Oct 2003
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Fairtrade stall in Midsummer Place,CMK
Fairtrade goods for sale in Midsummer Place, CMK
The Fairtrade shop opens in the Food Centre CMK
Sust! opening by the Mayor of Milton Keynes, John Monk and the two competiton winners.The Sust! shop was opened at Unit 15 in the Food Centre in Central Milton Keynes and sold fairtrade goods.