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Goal 3 Glossopdale

Local workplaces and community organisations including places of worship, schools, universities, colleges and other community organisations support Fairtrade and use Fairtrade products whenever possible. Populations over 100,000 will also need a flagship employer.

Goal 4: Bolton

Media coverage and events raise awareness and understanding of Fairtrade across the community. Click here for good use of traditional and social media

Goal 1 Felixstowe

Local council passes a resolution supporting Fairtrade and agrees to serve Fairtrade products (for example in meetings, offices and canteens).

Goal 1 Watford

Local council passes a resolution supporting Fairtrade, and agrees to serve Fairtrade products (for example, in meetings, offices and canteens).

Beyond the 5 goals

Pushing a campaign beyond the five goals is one of the most challenging asks of a Fairtrade steering group. It’s all about exceeding expectations and bringing together the crucial elements of campaigning to make a lasting impact.

Goal 4 St Andrews

Media coverage and events raise awareness and understanding of Fairtrade across the community.

Goal 2: Bristol

At least four Fairtrade product ranges are readily available in the area’s retail outlets. Click here for good ways to increase the amount of Fairtrade goods you stock

Goal 3 Leighton Linslade

Local workplaces and community organisations including places of worship, schools, universities and colleges and other community organisations support Fairtrade and use Fairtrade products whenever possible. Populations over 100,000 will also need a flagship employer.

Goal 3 Ringwood

Local workplaces and community organisations including places of worship, schools, universities, colleges and other community organisations, support Fairtrade and use Fairtrade products whenever possible. Click for examples of communities pulling together.