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Fairtrade Village

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Come down to the Fairtrade Village and support the campaign for London becoming a Fairtrade City.

There's lots to taste and see including indulgent chocolate treats, tropical dried fruits and honey, organic tropical fresh fruit and ice cream as well as a tempting range of fairtrade wines.

SE1-based farmer-owned Fairtrade chocolate company Divine Chocolate and other Fairtrade companies including Cafedirect, Tropical Wholefoods and Cream O'Galloway ice-cream, will be at the village.

Divine Chocolate will be showcasing its range of bite-sized muffins, cookies and brownies - all made with Divine's critically acclaimed 70% dark chocolate.

All this while you listen to the sounds of the Riverside Jazz stage with everything from laid back cool to Latin salsa.

12noon - Cornucopia - Graveney School Jazz Group
1pm - Pimlico School Jazz Group with Andrea Vicary
2pm - Simon Purcell Band
3.15pm - Trinity College of Music Students with Andrea Vicary
4.15pm - Trinity College of Music Students with Peter Edwards
5.15pm - Charles Edward Brooke School Jazz Band
6pm - Eyes Down - Junior Royal College of Music Jazz Band
7pm - Mornington Lockett and Jason Rebello Band
8.15pm - Trinity College of Music Students with Paola Bottomly
9.15pm - Jazz Funk Collective

12noon - Trinity School Jazz Band
1pm - Junior Trinity Jazz Group
2pm - Crump - Dave Okumu Trio
3.15pm - Andrea Vicary Band
4.15pm - Richmond College Adult Education Jazz Band
5.15pm - Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Band
6.15pm - Albert Ball's Flying Aces
7.15pm - Trinity College of Music Students with Stuart Fowler


Cathedral Square
Montague Close, London, SE1
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