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Divine Chocolate, Green and Blacks, Kit Kat and Cadbury Dairy Milk in helping to make a big difference to farmers in developing countries. However, there is still a mountain to climb, and this is where the local consumer can make a real difference. It is possible to ‘Take a Step for Fairtrade’ each time you visit the shops to buy food. Your small step has big consequences and I would urge people to take that small step today. ■


Burgess Hill Fairtrade Festival The 4th annual Fairtrade Festival in Burgess Hill


is set to be the biggest and best ever. It kicks off on Friday 2 March with IONA, an internationally renowned Celtic folk/rock band plus Festival resident artist Julie Hall at the Martlets Hall. On Saturday 3 March we host our fi rst ever Day of Dance. This features Morris Dancers, original pieces performed by local school children, street dance and Latin American dance. The Latin dancers includes 2010 Under 21 British Champions Adelmo Mandia and Leila Stewart and World Semi-Finalists Djorge Tanasijevic and Emma Lee.


Classics and Cakes returns to St John’s Church


on Sunday 4 March with international classical guitarist Paul Gregory and members of the Burgess Hill Symphony Orchestra. If you are after good dining then do not miss


the Fairtrade themed restaurant at The Woolpack on Wednesday 7 March. This is one of 3 events being held in this atmospheric pub. Then it’s back to the Martlets Hall for a rock


night on Thursday 8 March with up and coming band The Last Carnival. They are followed on Friday 9 March by two of the greatest legends on the British folk scene: Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick. The fi nale is at St Andrew’s Church on Saturday 10 March which is a performance of Handel’s Messiah with leading professional soloists and conducted by Neil Jenkins. Sussex Chorus will form the core of the choir but it is hoped that other local choirs will take part as well. To buy tickets and more information go to www.burgesshillfreedomfestival.com


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