Future Events and Activities in Gosport


In 2020 we will continue our mission to ensure that all farmers are paid fairly for their work and are able to earn a living income, starting with cocoa farmers in West Africa. 

They all deserve Fairtrade!

Fairtrade Fortnight in Gosport will be from Sunday 23 February – Sunday 8 March 2020.

This is year two of our living incomes campaign. We’ll be continuing to focus on cocoa, the special role women farmers play in the journey to living incomes, and sharing new stories and tools to get more people choosing Fairtrade chocolate. We shall feature the stories of some truly inspiring women from Côte d’Ivoire, and Sierra Leone, who want their stories to be heard by the UK. We shall also be acknowledging the impact of climate change on vulnerable farmers: Fairtrade can help them adapt to change and care for their environment.

If you want to put on an event, you will find all the information you need to start planning your events in the 2020 ACTION GUIDE and you will also find printed resources including event posters and our campaigner briefing on oue-shop now. Contact Gosport Fairtrade Action who will be pleased to help.

Events in Gosport

Sunday 23 February – 10.00-13.00  – tree planting

Meet up at Grange Farm to plant trees with Scouts and Cubs. Join us in the barn afterwards for a Fairtrade celebration party with Fairtrade hot chocolate and other Fairtrade refreshments; displays, games and a quiz.

Thursday 5 March 14.30-16.30 – Mayor’s Fairtrade Tea Party

This is a ticket only event hosted by the Mayor in the Town Hall Council Chamber. If you would like an invitation, please contact us here. (Preference will be given to those representing local organisations or local branches of National organisations). 

Fairtrade refreshments, a Fairtrade Biscuit making competition, displays, talks and stories about women cocoa farmers, quiz and raffle.

More – watch this space!


Churches and Schools 

There are lots of specific resources designed to help you celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight contact us here


Year Round


Are you involved with any football teams in Gosport?

I expect you insist on Fair Play at all times!  Did you know that you could play and train with Fairtrade footballs?  – no need for any more exploitation of child labour just so our children can enjoy their footie!

Donna, one of GFA’s members, is visiting clubs and schools with a Fairtrade football and would love to talk to you about it – Why not invite her along to your club or school to find out more?

Contact her here

Here is a short  video about Fairtrade footballs


Requests welcome

Do you have an event coming up in Gosport where you’d like a stall or display or presentation?

Please let us know and we’ll do our best to help.


If you would like a speaker to give a talk about Fairtrade, please contact us to arrange a date.


Available to BORROW are:

compressed-copy-of-collage-at-Town Hall_31-March-2011_009The Schools Fairtrade Banner (pictured below on display in the Discovery Centre and other Libraries over the summer of 2011, and in the Discovery Centre during Fairtrade Fortnight 2016) and the Fairtrade Logo Collage (pictured right) are available for loan to schools who would like to use it for an assembly or as part of a programme of work or an event about Fairtrade.  Please contact us for availability.

Schools' banner on display in the Discovery Centre




About various aspects of Fairtrade:

  • benefits to the producers, (a large range of products covered)
  • environment and climate change,
  • women,
  • Fairtrade at Work (for businesses)
  • conflict zones

Illustrated Presentations (PowerPoints)


  • schools,
  • churches/faith groups
  • voluntary oranisations
  • community groups
  • businesses

These range from general introductions about Fairtrade to PowerPoints about particular countries/producers and products. Some are based on personal travel and meeting with Fairtrade producers and would make a good starting point for talks to a wide range of audiences.