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Message from the Mayor of Bolton

Bolton Mayor 2016

Bolton has recently received  renewal of its status as a Fairtrade Town. Bolton was one of the first Fairtrade  towns to be accredited in 2003.

Bolton has supported the Fairtrade campaign since 1999 and as the Mayor of Bolton I am proud to be the Patron 2016-2017. 

The progress made over the years has been a credit to all who have worked to support the Fairtrade campaign and to the many members of the public who buy fairly traded products. 

In Bolton nearly 300 retailers , schools, faith communities and workplaces  have signed up to be using or offering fairly traded products. One of the latest is the new University Technical  College  on Dean Road.  Well done Fairtrade in Bolton. Keep up the good work. 

Councillor Lynda Byrne, Mayor of Bolton

The Fairtrade Town of Bolton has:
60Fairtrade Stores and Shops
52 Fairtrade Cafes, restaurants and coffee shops
51 Schools and Colleges working to Fairtrade Status
72 Fairtrade Workplaces and Organisations
54 Fairtrade Faith Communities
4 Fairtrade Wholesalers, suppliers and producers

Bolton Metropolitan Council's latest resolution in Fairtrade can be found here.

Click here to see what local people say about Fairtrade.

The FAIRTRADE Mark guarantees
• farmers' organisations a fair and stable price for their products
• extra income for farmers and plantation workers to
improve their lives
• greater respect for the environment
• smaller farmers a stronger position in world markets
• a closer link between consumers and producers

To find other UK Fairtrade towns, download the Fairtrade Town Listing

For more information look at the Fairtrade Foundation webpages

Wherever you see the following logo, there is an invitation for you to take some positive action to promote fairtrade:

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