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Revolver World’s Fairtrade Fortnight 2011 event calendar

It’s been a long time coming, but our new range of Fairtrade roasted fresh coffees gets its OFFICIAL LAUNCH on the 7th of March!

We’re launching with two products:  AFRICA (a delicious Tanzania / Uganda blend) and a COLOMBIA single origin varietal, both in 227g bags. We’re also going to be launching our new web site with details of our new promotion with an MP3 giveaway and 50% off an ecru organic Fairtrade T-shirt – bookmark the site and check back on the 7th of March for more details!

We’re also involved in a number of events during Fairtrade Fortnight, where we’ll also be giving away some packs of our coffee to lucky recipients…

Wednesday 2nd of March: Birmingham Cathedral,  7:00 pm

Fairtrade Association Birmingham – Fairtrade Fashion show, stalls from Fairtrade producers, a talk from Revolver MD Paul Birch and performance from the St. Bart’s choir – the Birmingham Evening Mail will be covering the event

Tuesday 8th March: Oxford Town hall, 9:00 pm

Midcounties Co-operative-hosted Fairtrade fashion show, featuring Revolver World Fairtrade cotton and coffee – BBC Radio Oxford will be covering the event

Wednesday 9th March: BCU Midwifery college, 11:30 am

Fairtrade event, featuring stalls from producers showcasing Fairtrade cotton and coffee

Wednesday 9th March: University of Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton Fairtrade Partnership fashion show

Thursday 10th March: Menzies Hotel Stourport, 10:00 am

Midcounties Co-operative Event, featuring Fairtrade cotton and coffee producers, including Revolver World!

Friday 11th March: Holy Trinity School Birmingham

Fairtrade Association Birmingham event – including talks for the kids, 11.30 am

Friday 11th March: Student Union, University of Birmingham

Fairtrade Association Birmingham Fairtrade Fashion Show

Friday 11th March: St Bart’s Church, Oak Room

Wolverhampton Fairtrade Partnership evening, featuring a talk with David Greenwood-Haigh from Divine Chocolate; all proceeds to the LUCIA charity, supporting orphaned and disadvantaged Ethiopian children

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