Herne Bay is part of Canterbury District’s Fairtrade Network, which is a coalition of local organisations, educational institutions, faith groups, and individuals working to promote Fairtrade in the local area. The Network was formed in 2004 and achieved official recognition as a Fairtrade District in 2006.
Fairtrade outlets in Herne Bay
Conneely’s Coffee Shop 79 High Street, Herne Bay – Fairtrade coffee and sugar sachets. Fairtrade tea options.
Natural Choice 106 Mortimer Street, Herne Bay – Chocolate, cocoa and range of speciality teas.
Veggie Perrins 91 Mortimer Street, Herne Bay – Fairtrade Maya Gold chocolate and rice.
Wildwood Woodland Discovery Park Herne Common, Herne Bay – Range of Fairtrade teas in the visitors’ café.
Regular Traidcraft Stalls in Herne Bay
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church The Retreat Hall, Clarence Road, Herne Bay
1st Saturday of the month, 6.30 to 7pm, 1st Sunday of the month, 10.30am to 12 noon
St Andrew’s Church (CofE) Hampton Pier Road, Herne Bay
Sunday mornings after the 9.30am service
St Bartholomew’s Church (CofE) King Edward Avenue, Herne Bay
Saturday mornings, 10 to 11a, Sundays after the morning service, 11 to 11.45am
United Reformed Church Mortimer Street, Herne Bay
Every Sunday after 10.30am service, Friday mornings at 9.30am
For more information see Canterbury District Fairtrade Network.