Truffles and Treats Master Class a Delicious Success

Haworth Fairtrade Group held another successful event on Friday 30th November. Sandy Docherty, a former contestant on the Great British Bake Off, and expert bread maker Mike Armstrong, aka “Baker Mike”,  conducted a Truffles and Treats Master Class to support fundraising for West Lane Baptist Chapel community kitchen. 

Haworth Fairtrade Village Committee member Rita, with “Baker Mike” and Sandy

Sandy and Mike wowed the audience with their superb skills and delicious bakes. They showed just how easy it is to make beautiful food incorporating fair trade ingredients. 

A big thank you to our local Oxenhope Co-op and the folks at Divine Chocolates for the scrumptious chocolates and goodies they provided to help make the evening a success.

Chocolates donated by Divine Chocolates
This beautiful hamper donated by Oxenhope Coop was first prize in the evening’s raffle

The next Haworth Fair Trade village event  is a walk from Thornton to Haworth on Patrick Bronte’ s birthday, 17 March 2019. This event, held in collaboration with the Bronte Parsonage, will highlight Patrick’s work in bringing sanitation to Haworth and fighting for workers rights; issues which are still central to the Fair Trade movement today.

Truffles and Treats Christmas Master Class

Haworth Fairtrade Group invite you to join us for a Masterclass with Sandy Docherty and Baker Mike. A festive, fun evening watching these masters at work.

Sandy Docherty, former contestant on The Great British Bake Off 2015, and Mike Armstrong, aka ‘Baker Mike,’ will be our special guests and instructors.

Be inspired to create your own bakes for Christmas. There will also be a Seasonal Raffle, Mulled Wine, & a Fair Trade Christmas ornament stall.

Donations go to the West Lane Baptist church’s new kitchen fund.

When: Friday 30th November, 6-9pm. Doors open 5.30pm.
Where: West Lane Baptist Church, Haworth
Tickets: Tickets £5 adults, £2 under 12s.

Purchase your tickets from West Lane Baptist Church, Haworth & Sonia’s Smile 85 Haworth Main Street, or email:

A Haworth Fairtrade village event in partnership with West Lane Baptist Church

With thanks for support from our local Oxenhope Co-op and the folks at Divine Chocolate.

Haworth Fairtade Village celebrates a decade

10 Years After

We are very pleased to be able to remind ourselves and to tell you that we have now been a Fairtrade Village for 10 years. To mark that event we had a little get together in the Old Hall pub on Monday 3 December at 7.oopm. Chris Upton and Rita Verity spoke to mark the occasion and many people came to help us celebrate and brought their ideas for the next 10 years. Many thanks to Ian Palmer for the photograph below. Find more of his photos of the event on the Haworth Village website here.


10 Year Anniversary Cake

Chris Upton, Rita Verity, Liz Barker, Ann Wiles and Annie Williams celebrate with cake!

90kg Rice Challenge



As a group we participated in the 90KG challenge and sold the lot to help farmers in Malawi send their children to school.

Read more about the challenge here at Just Trading Scotland.

Fair Trade Way

Good news time. The Fair Trade Way has been launched. Have a look at the website and maybe even have a go at a day or 6!

The Fair Trade Way is a long-distance footpath is designed as a 6-day walk between Garstang (The World’s first Fairtrade Town) and Keswick (A very active Fairtrade Town). It is designed to promote the positive impact that using Fairtrade products can have on the lives of people who suffer whilst they produce the resources that we in the more wealthy countries consume in our everyday lives. On this route, walkers are encouraged to use Fairtrade food, drinks and accommodation serving Fairtrade products when they are walking.

Fair Intents

Photo: Ian Palmer

Fair Intents was an Eco-Fair held over the weekend of the 11/12 September 2010. Music, stalls and information were all in the Bronte Parsonage Meadow for those 2 days. The event was ambitious but highly successful with well over 1500 people attending. The event will be held again on the second weekend in September 2011. For more information have a look at the Fair Intents website. The video below shows just some of the activities that went on on the Saturday. Come and join us next year. More information will be available on both sites nearer the event.

New website

Please bear with us! We are currently moving our site to a Content Management System. This process may take a few days. Once done the site will be more regularly updated. Old information will be gradually reintroduced onto the site.