Laurencekirk pupils get down to some good Fair Trade fun

The pupils took part in a 'Design a Poster' Competition

The pupils took part in a 'Design a Poster' Competition

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A competition was held earlier this year at Laurencekirk Primary School, to design a poster for Dickson’s Cafe and Fairtrade Shop in the village

The school’s Citizenship Committee was asked to design the posters which would then be used outside the cafe and also on the Dickson Hall page of Facebook.

There were four winners of the competition; Emily Watt, Emily Baird, Anna Monichello, and Katy Parvin.

The cafe is run by volunteers for the community, and re-opens this week after the summer break.

It opens on Thursdays and Fridays from 9.30am to 3.30pm, serving delicious home baking and light lunches, with a range of teas and Brodies Fairtrade filter coffee.

The shop sells beautiful and unusual crafts, cards, and food from around the world, ethically sourced and fairly traded. There are also Christian books for sale.

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