John Lamont has congratulated the winners of Selkirk High School’s Fairtrade T-shirt competition. It is part of a series of events run by Selkirk Fairtrade, a group of volunteers who have been working towards Selkirk achieving Fairtrade Town status. The … Continue reading
Fairtrade Fortnight starts today and runs from 27 February to 11 March. The theme of this year’s campaign is Take a Step. A step is any action that supports Fairtrade. If you are new to Fairtrade, a first step could … Continue reading
Selkirk Fairtrade are pleased to announce the award of Fairtrade Town Status in Selkirk. This is a wonderful achievement for all the people and local businesses in Selkirk who have helped us and supported Fairtrade. Congratulations Selkirk! Thanks for all your … Continue reading
Our Fairtrade Competition winners at Selkirk High School: Elishia Little, Emily McLeister, Jo Marr, Harry Murphy and Rachel Scott, enjoyed a fabulous day at the Scottish Parliament on 23 February 2012. The day began with a quick tour of the Scottish … Continue reading
Knowepark Primary students have been designing some fabulous Fairtrade posters to help launch Fairtrade Fortnight 2012 and the Take a Step Campaign in Selkirk. Our judge selected 3 winning posters, and they are by Hannah Foreman, Beth Anderson and Lara Mills. Congratulations to … Continue reading
Here are all the winners from our Fairtrade t-shirt and poster competitions at Selkirk High School. Congratulations to them all! (Left to Right: Harry Murphy, Jo Arres, Jo Marr, Elishia Little, Emily McLeister and Rachel Scott).
Selkirk Fairtrade has been running a competition with students at Selkirk High School to design a Fairtrade Cotton T-Shirt which promotes Fairtrade. The designs were judged by Fiona Hyslop, MSP and Cabinet Secretary for Culture & External Affairs in the … Continue reading
Selkirk Fairtrade are holding a Fashion Show, WearFair, which will feature both Fairtrade Fashion and Local Fashion. The Fashion Show will be held at Selkirk High School on Friday, 9 March at 7pm. Tickets are £5 (£2.50 for school children) and … Continue reading