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As it is Fairtrade Fortnight Anna Bunney and myself decided to host a fairtrade tea party on Monday in the Museum’s staffroom.

There was a good turn out for tea and cake on a cold February afternoon and fun was had by all. All tea and coffee available was of course fairtrade as were the delcious cakes.

Thanks to everyone who came along and donated and particularly to lovely people who baked or brought cakes. We had a boozey tiffin from Campbell Price, a chocolate orange cake from Ruth Aplin (with alittle input from Luke Lovelock), Persian Sally cake from Babak Bassirian, cardamon bread from Shiree Roberts, coffee and walnut cakes from Rachel Webster, rock cakes from Debbie Doran, biscuits from Jenny Discomb, banana muffins from Anna Bunney and burnt fridge cake from me. Ged Bridges did try and slip in some Mr Kiplings but luckily was caught in time!

Fairtrade Tea Party at the Museum

Sally Thelwell,

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